In Sri Lanka, which is facing a huge fuel crisis, the weekly quota of petrol and diesel can be fixed from next month.
In Sri Lanka, which is facing a huge fuel crisis, the weekly quota of petrol and diesel can be fixed from next month. Sri Lanka, unable to procure sufficient fuel due to lack of foreign exchange, is considering fixing weekly quotas for petrol and diesel.
Sri Lanka facing severe fuel crisis (Srilanka) in next month petrol-diesel (Petrol Diesel) weekly quota can be fixed. Due to shortage of foreign exchange, sufficient amount of fuel (Fuel) Sri Lanka, which has failed to procure Rs. Under this, registered customers will be able to buy a specified amount of fuel from the pump. Energy Minister Kanchan Vijayasekhar announced this in a tweet on Sunday. Vijayasekhar said that he has the power to provide consumers with petrol pumps. (Petrol Pump) But there is no option but to register yourself and guarantee the weekly quota.
This arrangement will continue till the fuel supply is normal. He said that he is hopeful that this system will be implemented from the first week of July. He expressed hope that the implementation of this system will help in removing the confusion regarding fuel.
Long queues outside petrol pumps to buy fuel
Due to non-availability of sufficient quantity of petrol and diesel, people of Sri Lanka have to queue up outside petrol pumps to buy fuel. There is also a 10-hour power cut in the country since the beginning of April due to fuel shortage. In such a situation, the government can implement a fuel rationing system to control the situation.
Apart from this, let us tell you that the last consignment of fuel supply to be done under the loan facility given by India to Sri Lanka will reach Sri Lanka at the end of this month. There is no indication of future oil supply. Sri Lanka’s Energy Minister Kanchan Vijayasekhar said that the last consignment of diesel under the loan facility from India will arrive on June 16. While the last consignment of petrol will reach here on June 22.
Sri Lanka, which is facing a deep financial crisis, is completely dependent on credit facilities from India for fuel purchase. India had given him a loan assistance of $ 500 million in the beginning and after that an additional assistance of $ 200 million was also given. Vijayasekhar said the minimum daily requirement of diesel is currently 5,000 tonnes.
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