After Nagaland, fuel crisis has hit Tripura with the crisis first reported on May 1.

The fuel crisis have now turned worse as fuel stations are running dry in many parts of the state with ‘no petrol’ signboards dangling in almost every pumps.

Since 2-3 days, people of Tripura city have been facing huge crisis of petrol with most of the pumps shut down while others mentioned a shortfall. Due to which people were seen waiting for refilling their vehicle tanks.

Reacting on the issue Tripura State Petroleum Dealer Association President Shyamal Bhattacharya said that this deadlock was triggered by a labour strike.