Patna: The license of Tej Pratap Yadav’s petrol pump has been canceled. On Thursday, a team of BPCL officials reached Lara Petrol Pump and gave notice of her cancellation. This happened after the court’s action in which the court lifted the adjournment on the oil company’s action against the petrol pump owned by Bihar Health Minister Sharad Pratap Yadav.
It is worth mentioning that on 17th June, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) has canceled the license of Tej Pratap Yadav’s petrol pump. BPCL had done this action under the allegation of taking ‘land’ illegally for the petrol pump. However, in the evening, a local court banned the order of BPCL. Pratap had challenged the order of cancellation of BPCL in a local court, after which an order for an interim stay came out.
In Bihar, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi had alleged that the land on which the petrol pump is on the Anisabad bypass road, is not the real owner of Pratap Yadav. In view of this allegation, BPCL issued a show-cause notice to Pratap on May 29 and asked him for a reply. This notice was sent by BPCL (Patna) Regional Manager (Retail) Manish Kumar. It has been said in the complaint that Bright Pratap gave gasoline after giving ‘false’ information. They were given 15 days to answer the notice, which passed.
Tej Pratap had applied for a license in the year 2012 and the license was released on 27th February this year, which was named after M / s Lara Automobiles, whose boss is a strong prince. According to the complaint, the Minister misinterpreted in the application that the land was in his name. The real owner of land M / s AK Infosystems, which never gave up on its land lease to Tej Pratap.
Tej Pratap had approached the court against the cancellation of the petrol pump allocation.