Oil supply to Kashmir resumed
Jammu, Aug 28: After four days of strike, the Oil Tankers Association Saturday resumed supply of petroleum products to parts of Kashmir valley under tight security arrangements.
The Association, which had announced statewide indefinite strike in protest against the alleged attacks on the oil tankers supplying petroleum products to valley, decided to resume the supply following assurance of adequate security by the chief minister Omar Abdullah in Srinagar, yesterday.
On the first day, nearly 70 tankers carrying petroleum products left for Kashmir valley from here, state president of Jammu and Kashmir Oil Tankers Owners Association (JKOTOA) Anan Sharma told Greater Kashmir
“The tankers will be provided security by the troopers from Qazigund and will join Army convey from Badamibagh for onward journey to various parts of the Valley”, Sharma said
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