Mangaluru: Police seize illegally stored 15,000-litre petroleum products from shed

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Mangaluru, Sep 16: Police seized illegally stored 15,000 litres of petroleum products and tank of tanker lorry from Yamuna Earth Movers' shed at Maroli on Thursday September 16.

Police sources informed that it was stored without any permit. In this regard, police have taken one person for inquiry.

A case have been registered on owner of Yamuna Earth Movers at Kankanady town police station.

The total cost of seized items is Rs12.5 lac.

Police are undertaking a detailed probe.












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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji, Nellore Kodyadka

    Fri, Sep 17 2021

    May be stored for black marketing

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  • Rambo dsouza, Bajal Jalligudde

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    Yamuna earth moves are are in business since more than 25 years, and they have their own reputation in the market and having more than 50 heavy vehicles nd Borewells vehicles. Whatever the diesel stored is bought with the bills ( as per the information) and it was used in a site for refilling of machines ( it was not stored for a illegal sales) so this can be a illegal activity???????

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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Sep 17 2021

    Rambo De souza,Bajal,are you too involved here?Since to store such a big amount of petrolium ,is need of special Permission.Its highly inflable liquid ,that cant be stored as one wants .however famous and long they are in this field involved,is there any licence Do they have?Dont defend unnecessarily.Suppose it by chance catches fire,whole mangalore will be in asches ,Such a amount should be underground in Princip.But in India chalta hei.

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  • jawar dsouza, m'lore mumbai

    Fri, Sep 17 2021

    Rita have you worked in a construction site, we were using 15000 liters of diesel per day just calculate the amount in indian rupees, leave the petrol, if no knowledge don't involve some one as a partner in crime, if Rambo has said some thing he must be knowing something.

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  • Rambo Dsouza, Bajal Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 17 2021

    Miss or Mrs Rita,....someone need to educate to how to put comment on social media..first of all u can't point out or comment to anyone personally to anyone illigal things unless u know the fact...nd secondly you are assuming things sitting in Germany nd commenting about the matter without knowing the facts . You can comment on the news...dont comment someone personally like this..I have my own reputation in Mangalore. Nd my parents have thought me how to lead nd earn in life sincerely. Nd most funniest thing about your comment ( Suppose it by chance catches fire,whole mangalore will be in asches..) :))) God bless you....😂😂 Think before you comment anything....

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Sep 18 2021

    Rambo D souza Mangalore ,I am not saying you are doing illegal things .You might have your own reputation which I am not trying to get away.Sure I dont have any experience about construction site.I commented on the fact that here in Germany in construction sites or nowhere diesel shouldnt be stored in open places ,only underground.specialy such a big amount.Construction vehicles have to refill direct from their tank.Last some months ago I heard in mangalore lot of diesel was stolen from Pipes and stored.On that fact I thought it must be the same.I didnt want to hurt u by this way when it is all legal or allowed in India.God bless you.But my question is when it is everything legal is ,why police said it is illegaly stored ?

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  • Bala, Kudla

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    At this deisel rate you will find so many cases.But this man is very influential.So law for only who follow.Feel the pinch.

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  • jawar dsouza, m'lore mumbai

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    Fuel may be stored to be used in machinery, tomorrow these people will ask for the permit for petrol to be stored in the cars petrol tank.

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  • Nitish R, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    After Bitcoin, fuel is becoming a popular investment. Thanks to Modiji

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