Tripura fuel

Agartala, May 19: Indian Army become deployed to rescue stranded villagers in elements of flood-hit Assam in which the toll reached 9, whilst Mizoram stated it become speedy walking out of gas inventory and Tripura imposed regulations on the sale of fuel.

One greater man or woman become said lifelessly withinside the deluge in Assam’s Darrang because the variety of affected populace shot beyond 6 lakh.

People of Tripura facing a lot of Hardship due to the crisis in petrol and diesel. Long queues at petrol pumps. After the Notification published by the Government of Tripura that two-wheeler vehicles only can take a maximum of Rs. 200 petrol since yesterday.

The crisis is said to be due to landslides caused by heavy rains on the Assam-Agartala national highway.

Long queues have been seen outside the petrol pumps in Tripura. Bike riders are said that they standing in the queue for a long. The condition happened a moment after the Tripura government issued the notice.

In the order, it is said that “in the view of the disruption in the railway line near Badarpur and road traffic movement in National Highway 44. The supply of POL products in the state is getting badly affected. As such, it is been decided to impose restriction on the sale of MS in the state by the R/Os of IOCL/HPCL/BPCL in the state until further.”

The government notification stated that “Two-wheelers can take a maximum of Rs 200 petrol, three-wheelers can take a maximum of Rs 300 petrol/diesel. Four-wheelers can take petrol/diesel for 1000 rupees. This decision is effective now.”

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Altogether, 50,000 people, along with 50 pregnant ladies and lactating mothers, and nearly 7,000 kids of the 27 affected districts who’ve been displaced, have taken safe haven in brief remedy camps installed in schools, on highways, and on embankments.

The flooded state of affairs in Assam’s Barak Valley worsened with heavy rainfall wreaking havoc and inundating clean regions during the last 24 hours.

As an end result of floods, Tripura and Mizoram bumped into a gas crisis. The Tripura authorities ordered rationing of gas from Tuesday night, which created havoc throughout the state.