Home delivery to resume from Monday

Greater Kashmir
Publish Date: Nov 12 2012 12:00PM
Srinagar, Nov 11:  Sona Tradeways, Karan Nagar here Sunday said the LPG home delivery would be resumed from Monday.
 Proprietor, Sona Tradeways, Nazir Ahmad Mir said: “We have decided to resume the home delivery in all the identified areas namely Karan Nagar, Bemina, Balgarden, Suthrashahi, Tankipora, Karfali Mohalla, Habba Kadal, Kani Kadal, Chotta Bazaar and Batamaloo, from Monday.”
 Mir asked the consumers living in these areas to get themselves registered for availing the facility.
 “All HP gas customers can book for home delivery on Phone Nos including 0194-2451780/2479606,” Mir said.
 For any complaint Mir said customers should contact on Mobile No: 9419000028/9796503990.
 Meanwhile, as a precautionary measure Mir suggested that consumers should check weight, seal, casket and pin on every refill to avoid any accident.

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