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128 gas bullets enter Nepal in 3 days thru Birgunj


14 March 2020  

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PARSA: Birgunj Custom Office said a total of 128 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) bullets have entered Nepal via Birgunj checkpoint in the last three days.

According to Bimal Sah, information officer at Birgunj Custom Office, as many as 128 gas bullets carrying 2,263,110 kilograms of cooking gas entered Nepal on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

With Nepal, India stepping up restrictions on cross-border movements to deal with the spread of coronavirus, there have been reports of shortage of cooking gas in the market, of late.

 

Publish Date : 14 March 2020 11:04 AM

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