Nepali team leaves for Kerung to bring 144000 litres petrol in first lot

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Oct 30, 2015-

A representative team of the Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) left for Kerung of China on Friday to receive subsidy petrol China has pledged to Nepal.

As the grant fuel is said to reach the bordering Kerung till Saturday evening, as part of China’s promise to provide 1.3 million litres of petrol as grant, the team including NOC spokesperson Dipak Baral together with 12 tankers set out towards Kerung to receive the petrol, said Hari Prasad Bashyal, Nepal’s consular general in Lhasa.

Baral said that 12 tankers with capacity of 12,000 litres each have been sent to Kerung to receive the fuel provided by China in first lot.

He said that the fuel tankers would be filled with petrol the same day on Saturday.

Shiva Prasad Aryal, general secretary of the Federation of the Nepal Petroleum Transport Entrepreneurs (FNPTE), said that the oil tankers will ferry the total 102,000 litres petrol in a lot. Aryal is also part of the team.

The team also includes Khageshwor Bohara, Chairman of the FNPTE and Lilendra Pradhan, chairman of Nepal Petroleum Dealers’ Association. RSS

Published: 30-10-2015 13:10

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