Under the transit agreement, 10 tankers of fuel oil have entered from Meghalaya to Tripura via Bangladesh on Friday.
The tankers arrived at Sylhet’s Tamabil port through Dauki land port in Meghalaya last Thursday afternoon.
Then via Sylhet-Moulvibazar and reached Kailashahar in North Tripura, via Chatlapur land customs station at night.
Last Thursday at 12:30 pm, 10 tankers of Indian fuel oil reached at Tamabil land customs port in Sylhet.
The tankers left the Tamabil land port at 4:30 pm after all the formalities of the Immigration and Customs Department. They reached the Chatlapur land customs station in Moulvibazar at 9:30 pm.
After the ceremony there, the tankers entered in Kailashahar in North Tripura through Manu land customs station at 10:30 pm.
According to land port sources, 3 of the tankers had 21.19 metric tons of LPG and 7 had 83 metric tons of petroleum oil.
It was the first shipment as part of India’s agreement with the Bangladesh government. Until next December, more tankers carrying fuel products will come using transit on this route.