The Ministry of Petroleum has introduced a hotline for the public to keep the ministry informed regarding any shortages in fuel supply.
Accordingly, the public are requested to direct their complaints and concerns via 011 54 55 130.
Chairman of the CPC Dhammika Ranatunga when contacted by News24 said that 27,479 tonnes of Octane 92 petrol was available at the facilities at Kolonnawa and Muthurajawela.
He further said that owners of fuel depots had been instructed to be on standby as further stocks would be delivered to them shortly.
Moreover, the Criminal Investigations Department has been authorized to arrest fear mongers causing panic via social media and through rumors.
Sources : news24
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