The large number of ferry trucks and fuel tankers has started to enter Nepal with the ease in Nepal-India border blockade from Tuesday, October 13, 2015.
Except Birgunj point, most of the points have been opened for the supply of essential goods.
The unannounced border blockade by India had been creating acute shortage of essential goods since past couple of weeks.
A total to 20 diesel and two petrol tankers entered the country from the Kailali customs points, according to Nepal Oil Corporation Regional Office, Dhangadhi.
Similarly, 88 fuel tankers entered the country via Jogbani border point and 11 from Kakadbhitta.
Likewise, five gas bullet, two petrol tankers and three diesel tankers entered from Belahiya of Rupandehi point.
Meanwhile, long queues of vehicles were witnessed at the gasoline pumps in Kathmandu Valley on Tuesday.
With the entry of fuel tankers, the normal supply of petroleum products is expected to be eased within few days.