Fuel Bowser operators on strike – No fuel distribution in the Country
Posted in Local News
The Sri Lanka Petroleum Private Tanker Owners’ Association (SLPPTOA) has withdrawn from services to distribute fuel from midnight yesterday (March 15).
Due to this reason, SLPPTOA said about 800 Bowser vehicles will NOT operate from midnight yesterday.
Chairman of the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation, Sumith Wijesinghe stated that he noted a 17% hike was permitted for the fuel bowsers.
With regard to the other requirements, he said the percentage could be determined by making the necessary calculations to increase the price.
There are plenty of telltale signs of a conspiracy taking place for a regime change. Where can be the origin and the source of funding? Difficulties the country going through originate from the collapse of Tourism Industry due to COVID and skyrocketing oil price in the world market. In other countries people and parties work together to do what can be done to survive. It is the culture of subsidised prices that has come back to bite people in SL now. Get rid of the government and get a government to run the country who obeys everything from the IMF. You will see how much better your lives going to get better. You will get the excuse ‘it is all the fault of the previous government, not our fault, why the living is even more difficult. Rajapaksha has stored countries money in his private bank account in the Cloud Cuckoo Land”. Then vote back Rajapakshas into power at the next government!!!!