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Inquiry on filling stations that did not sell fuel

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – The Ministry of Power and Energy said that an investigation is underway regarding filling stations that did not issue fuel to the public in recent days.A senior official of the Ministry said that the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) has been notified to take action against filling stations that did NOT sell fuel in recent days.Many filling stations discontinued selling fuel over the past week.As a result, consumers were seen waiting in queues near the filling stations in multiple areas..

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