New Delhi: The Nepalese government has shocked Indian truck drivers traveling to Nepal for cheap petrol and diesel. The Nepal Oil Corporation has issued guidelines for petrol pumps in the Indo-Nepal border districts. According to the information received, Indian trucks were using Nepal’s diesel-petrol due to the massive increase in petrol and diesel prices in India. And for that, the black market has seen an increase So the Nepalese government has issued new guidelines to curb it The directives issued by the Nepalese government to the petrol pump in the border district stipulate that Indian vehicles will not be allowed to dump more than 100 liters of diesel. In addition, any oil tanker is prohibited from supplying diesel / petrol. The guidelines also say that Indian vehicles coming to Nepal should be monitored As petrol-diesel cannot be blacklisted. This is because according to Indian currency, petrol in Nepal is priced at Rs 80.31 per liter and diesel at Rs 59.7 per liter. In India, however, petrol is priced at Rs 80 per liter while diesel is priced at Rs 80 per liter. The big thing is that the oil sold in Nepal is coming from India Under the old agreement, the Oil Corporation of India (IOC) is only importing fuel from the Gulf country for Nepal. The IOC supplies fuel to Nepal at purchase prices and levies only refinery charges from Nepal.