Four held for selling chips to petrol pumps

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(Last Updated On: May 6, 2017)

Police here today asserted to have busted a posse supposedly offering electronic chips for apportioning lesser amount of petroleum with the capture of its four individuals.

On the premise of sources of info given by Police home office in Lucknow, a pursuit was propelled and the four pack individuals were captured, SSP Bablu Kumar said.

The four denounced were recognized as Abbas, Arun Kumar, Ajay and Gajendra, he stated, one chip, eight remote controls and Rs 1,83,500 money was likewise recouped from their ownership.

The posse was included in assembling and offering remote controlled electronic chips for administering lesser amount of petroleum and diesel to oil pumps, Kumar said.

Police enlisted a body of evidence against on the charges of bamboozling and falsifications of significant security, will, and so forth in this association.

The state STF had started the crackdown on April 27 night when it attacked seven petroleum pumps utilizing electronic chips working through remote control. The gadget, as per team authorities, helped them get benefits worth around Rs 14 lakhs on a normal for every month.

The chip, costing around Rs 3,000, decreased the yield by about five to ten for every penny. It is connected with a wire connected to a remote control.

The remote control sets the breaking point and if a client takes 1 liter petroleum from any station, he would wind up getting 940 ml or less.

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