Ten Tankers Seized, India

Thursday, June 30, 2011

According to a report from The Times of India, the Chakan police on June 28 seized 10 tankers under the suspicion of adulteration at Kharabwadi in Chakan MIDC around 40 km from Pune.  According to the Chakan police, five out of 10 tankers contained oil, which was allegedly being used for adulteration. Two tankers were filled with water and the remaining three were empty. 

 
Source: The Times of India
 
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