Petrol Bunk owners withdraw tomorrow’s stir

Petrol Bunk owners withdraw tomorrow’s stir

July 11, 2017

Bunks to remain open

Mysuru: The Federation of Mysore Petroleum Traders, which had called for a ‘No Purchase and No Sale’ stir tomorrow, has withdrawn the agitation after the All India Petroleum Dealers Association (AIPDA), today withdrew the strike call.

Federation President Shashikala Nagaraj, speaking to SOM said that as the AIPDA withdrew its call for the stir, the Mysuru petroleum dealers which held a meeting today morning, decided not to go ahead with the stir tomorrow and added that all petrol bunks would remain open in city.


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