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April 04, 2020 00:00:00 | Rising Kashmir News

Oil tankers set out for Ladakah, Kargil

To mitigate the essential supplies of Petroleum products to Ladakh and Kargil region after a long pause of winter session, a fleet of oil tankers took off from Narwal Oil Depot in presence of office bearers of oil tanker owners, driver and cleaners union and senior officers of the Indian Oil Corporation.
Senior Depot Manager Ranjeet Kumar, deputy manager IOCL depot Jammu Yahpal and President of All Jammu And Kashmir Oil & LPG Tank Truck Drivers and Cleaners Union Ranjit Singh flagged off the 1st fleet of oil tankers carrying the petroleum products in presence of Oil Tank Owners and other senior office bearers of the union including Sanjay Mahajan, Devinder Singh, Harasis Singh and Rajinder Singh.
Speaking on the occasion the union members informed that the essential supplies to the Ladakh and Kargil region remain cut off during harsh winter months.
Speaking on the occasion, President of the union appealed the government to provide necessary safety kits to the tanker drivers who despite all odds and unfavorable circumstances are ensuring supply of essential items to the people.
The simple program was conducted maintain social distancing and following all preventing norms about COVID 19.

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April 04, 2020 00:00:00 | Rising Kashmir News

Oil tankers set out for Ladakah, Kargil

              

To mitigate the essential supplies of Petroleum products to Ladakh and Kargil region after a long pause of winter session, a fleet of oil tankers took off from Narwal Oil Depot in presence of office bearers of oil tanker owners, driver and cleaners union and senior officers of the Indian Oil Corporation.
Senior Depot Manager Ranjeet Kumar, deputy manager IOCL depot Jammu Yahpal and President of All Jammu And Kashmir Oil & LPG Tank Truck Drivers and Cleaners Union Ranjit Singh flagged off the 1st fleet of oil tankers carrying the petroleum products in presence of Oil Tank Owners and other senior office bearers of the union including Sanjay Mahajan, Devinder Singh, Harasis Singh and Rajinder Singh.
Speaking on the occasion the union members informed that the essential supplies to the Ladakh and Kargil region remain cut off during harsh winter months.
Speaking on the occasion, President of the union appealed the government to provide necessary safety kits to the tanker drivers who despite all odds and unfavorable circumstances are ensuring supply of essential items to the people.
The simple program was conducted maintain social distancing and following all preventing norms about COVID 19.

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