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Filling station owners’ strike hits supply in 3 divisions

UNB, Bogura
Filling station owners’ strike hits supply in 3 divisions
With no duty to discharge, a man in the rear ground of the photo reads a newspaper in a relaxed way at a filling station at Akkelpur in Jaipurhat yesterday as fuel pump owners and workers go on a strike to press home their 15-point charter of demands. Star Mail Photo

The supply of fuel oil has remained suspended in Rajshahi, Rangpur and Khulna divisions since yesterday morning as petrol pump owners and workers in the area are enforcing a strike. Sale and transportation of fuel from about 2,000 pumps in these divisions stopped at 6am, said Bangladesh Petrol Pump Owners’ Association Senior Vice-President MA Momin Dulal.

The association on Nov 26 gave until Nov 30 to fulfill 15 demands, including payment of 7.5pc sales commission, introduction of accident insurance of Tk 5 lakh for tank lorry workers, and an end to police harassment. Power, Energy and Mineral Resources secretary called a meeting with the association’s leaders on December 15 which they have rejected, said Dulal.


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