Patna,(BiharTimes): Following his failure to furnish a satisfactory explanation to the notice issued over the allocation of land in Patna, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) on Saturday terminated the license of health minister Tej Pratap Yadav's petrol pump.
As reported on May 31, BPCL had issued a notice to Tej Pratap seeking an explanation on the petrol pump license. He was asked to reply within 15 days
The notice was signed by BPCL Territory Manager (Retail), Patna, Manish Kumar.
The notice was issued following a complaint made by senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi that Tej Pratap had acquired the petrol pump at Bypass Road in Anisabad on the basis of wrong information furnished by him.
SuMo alleged that the petrol pump had been fraudulently allotted to Tej Pratap during the UPA-II regime and that Lalu’s eldest son did not have the stipulated 43 decimal of land for setting up the petrol pump at the time of applying for it.