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By Dayaseeli Liyanage   

The Minister of Power and Energy, Mahinda Amaraweera and the State Minister Rohitha Abeygunawardena have received complaints that a plan to customize the Main Board of fuel dispensers illegally in a discreet manner has been carried out.


This complaint has been made by a group of employees at the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC).   


According to the complaint, workers had been employed by certain fuel stations at night to illegally customize the Main Board of fuel dispensers in order to be able to swindle fuel being issued to consumers.   


If any change is to be made to the software used in fuel dispensers, the approvals of the Technical Evaluation Committee, the Procurement Committee and the Chairperson of the Corporation should be obtained.   


It is alleged that customization has been carried out discreetly by certain fuel station owners sans any such approvals.     

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  • S.Sangaralingham Wednesday, 08 January 2020 10:11 AM

    Swindle consumers corrupt national game by immoral souls. Weight under a scale creat extra load known for years. Adjusting this that a game played by many traders common in country side unless a keen customer check the scales

    Lawry Friday, 10 January 2020 04:57 AM

    Petrol Stations short supplying is known to take place in third world countries. One could never expect Sri Lankans to be saints. The ministry instead of being vague must send decoys and catch the thieves

    Mohamed moiez Friday, 10 January 2020 04:25 PM

    From petrol station owners to dispensers all are thieves, that's how they steal money from the people who come to fill their tanks,so keep extra vigilantes to catch the thieves.


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