World Fuel Crisis in France, People’s Fights at Gasoline Pumps by News Line October 14, 2022 written by News Line October 14, 2022 15 views 15 Fuel Crisis in France, People’s Fights at Gasoline Pumps According to the details, the petrol crisis has intensified due to the strike of oil refinery employees in France. According to foreign media reports, due to the strike of the employees of six out of seven oil refineries in France, the petrol crisis has become severe across the country. There are long queues at fuel pumps in various cities. People are fighting each other to get petrol. The shortage of petrol has become severe across the country. The French government has ordered striking employees to return to work immediately. The employees of the oil refineries have demanded the government increase their salaries and provide better facilities. Vietnam economy is seen growing 8% in 2022, beating the official target The Oil Refineries Employees’ Union says that rising inflation has made it difficult to bear the burden of expenses. Oil refineries should increase the salaries of employees and also provide other facilities. The French government has warned of fines and prison terms for absentee workers. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post Elon Musk launches perfume called ‘Burnt Hair’, sells 20,000 bottles in few hours next post US Extends COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration Related Posts A coal mine fire in southern China’s Guizhou province kills... September 25, 2023 Another Sikh leader of the Khalistan Movement killed in Canada September 21, 2023 Putin to meet Chinese president next month, report September 20, 2023 Bitter meeting of the Canadian High Commissioner in the Indian... September 19, 2023 India could be behind killing of Canadian Sikh Leader: Trudeau September 19, 2023 9 Juvenile Inmates Escape from Pennsylvania’s Abraxas Academy September 18, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.