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Govt order to companies for stocking up 2 months' LPG supply in Kashmir sparks speculations

IndiaTimes Sunday, 28 June 2020 ()
A government order asking oil marketing companies to stock up two months' supply of LPG cylinders in Kashmir Valley has sparked speculations, especially in the wake of the LAC face-off, with NC leader Omar Abdullah questioning the need for such a move.
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