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Diesel Oil tanker extracting oil at unauthorized location caught red handed; sting operation by YT news channel revealed

Port Blair, Apr 12: At a hidden spot at Namunaghar it is caught in the video that, 'a Diesel Oil Tanker bearing Reg. No. AN01 R 0997 (12KL-40KL capacity) extracting Diesel from the tanker to gallons of more than 10 in Nos. of 20 Ltrs. loaded in a Maruti Omni Reg. No. AN01 J9513'. As per the reporter of YT news channel (News Aap Tak), 'the tanker is supposed to reach Bambooflat Power House from IOC with Diesel Oil load, the reporter further disclosed that about 10 to 12tankers are coming at the spot of Namunaghar on daily basis for the same purposes'. 

In the video, the drivers of Oil tanker and the Maruti Omni were seen escaping after seeing the YT news channel reporter and they ran away immediately. Somehow, the reporter succeeded to follow the oil tanker and reached its destination where the Diesel Oil Tanker in question started depositing the oil at Power House Bambooflat, where a staff at Diesel Deposit point seen claiming the reporter that, "the fuel is upto the mark in quantity and nothing like anything happened" in a gutsy manner and fully confident may be upon their superiors. 

The entire video hints that a long practice of extracting oil from tankers is busted in that sting operation by YT news channel (video link: People at large appreciated the courageous revelation by the reporter through comments in the channel. 

However, citizens are in a great dilemma believing that, "in South Andaman due to unknown exact reasons electricity power cuts are carrying out for hours daily and we are facing. It is also believed that many officials of the electricity department and other departments owned personal diesel vehicles and they never purchased fuel to run their vehicles, but vehicles running every day on the road. May be due to Administrative reasons? It is a matter of accountability of Administration", citizens say.


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