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LPG crisis in Shillong to be solved soon

By Correspondent

SHILLONG, May 18 - The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) today assured that shortage of LPG cylinders in Meghalaya Capital would be resolved soon as an additional bottling plant was earmarked to distributors from here to lift the cylinders.

Officials said after a review with an IOC official and the district administration that the shortage is due to renovation work being carried out at IOC�s bottling plant in Guwahati.

�The situation would improve very soon. The IOC has allowed distributors from Shillong to lift LPG cylinders from Salpara in Assam apart from the bottling plant in North Guwahati,� an official said.

PW Ingty, Principal Secretary, Food and Civil Supplies said the process to have a bottling plant in Meghalaya is on. �The Chief Secretary is writing a letter to the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas to have a bottling plant in the State,� he said.

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LPG crisis in Shillong to be solved soon

SHILLONG, May 18 - The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) today assured that shortage of LPG cylinders in Meghalaya Capital would be resolved soon as an additional bottling plant was earmarked to distributors from here to lift the cylinders.

Officials said after a review with an IOC official and the district administration that the shortage is due to renovation work being carried out at IOC�s bottling plant in Guwahati.

�The situation would improve very soon. The IOC has allowed distributors from Shillong to lift LPG cylinders from Salpara in Assam apart from the bottling plant in North Guwahati,� an official said.

PW Ingty, Principal Secretary, Food and Civil Supplies said the process to have a bottling plant in Meghalaya is on. �The Chief Secretary is writing a letter to the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas to have a bottling plant in the State,� he said.