Ahmedabad: Man held for illegally refilling LPG cylinders

Times of India | 1 week ago | 24-11-2022 | 07:50 am

Ahmedabad: Man held for illegally refilling LPG cylinders

AHMEDABAD: Vadaj police arrested one Bharat Parmar who was allegedly involved in refilling domestic LPG cylinders. Police recovered six cylinders from him. A complaint was lodged at Vadaj police station by a police officer, Prakashsinh Sursinh. The complainant said the cops were on duty when they got a tip-off. They raided a place in Vadaj and found Bharat transferring gas from one cylinder to another using an aluminium rod.

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