Keep your QR code private: Energy Ministry

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COLOMBO (News 1st): The Ministry of Power and Energy has requested the public to NOT display their QR code to others.The Ministry states that several incidents have been reported where people have illegally refuelled with the assistance of others' QR codes, which were being displayed in the above manner.Therefore, the Energy Ministry mentioned that the current QR codes of those who had faced such incidents will be cancelled and a new QR code will be issued.According to the Minister of Energy Kanchana Wijesekara, over 5.3 million people have registered with the National Fuel Pass system as of now. .

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