New Delhi: On Thursday Senior Bharatiya Janata Party head Sushil Kumar Modi directed that Bharat Petroleum petrol pump attained by Tej Pratap Yadav will not belong to him. The petrol pump had been attained illegally directed to obtain a licence for petrol pump in the state through the UPA rule and the licence was cancelled by BPCL. We passed this matter for adjudication.
On Tuesday Patna court had leaved the interim stay on implementation of a Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) order, terminating the petrol pump licence of Bihar health minister. Reports convey that Tej Pratap confronted the oil firm order in the court, which granted an ex parte provisional injunction, restraining the BPCL from causing obstacle to the plaintiff till he emerges and files to application for temporary injunction.
The BPCL had on May 3 issued notice to Tej Pratap, looking for a clarification on the petroleum pump permit. The oil organization had looked for a clarification how he obtained the permit, and requesting that he answer inside 15 days.
Tej Pratap had connected for the permit in 2012 and the retail outlet was charged to Lara Automobiles, spoke to by him as its proprietor, on February 27 this year. Sushil Kumar Modi had before charged that the petroleum pump was deceitfully apportioned to Yadav amid the UPA II administration at the Center. Modi had claimed that Yadav did not have the stipulated 43 decimal of land for setting up the oil pump at the season of applying for it.