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Displaced Palestinian Families in Qudsaya, Sahnaya Rail Against Gas Crisis

Published : 22-01-2019

Displaced Palestinian Families in Qudsaya, Sahnaya Rail Against Gas Crisis

Palestinians and Syrians taking shelter in Qudsaya and Sahnaya areas, in Rif Dimashq, have been grappling with an acute dearth in gas supplies.

A Palestinian refugee in Qudsaya said civilians often line up for hours outside of local distribution centers but end up getting nothing. He accused the officers in charge of the distribution of handing over gas cylinders to their relatives.

A civilian who protested the distribution mechanisms in Sahnaya town had been heavily beaten up and rushed to a hospital for treatment.

Civilians have been forced to purchase gas at some 8,000 Syrian Pounds a cylinder.  The price hike, fuel shortage, and steep rental fees have made the situation far worse.

Some 6,000 Palestinian families who have been displaced from Yarmouk Camp and other southern Damascus areas have been enduring dire conditions in Qudsaya and Sahnaya.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8206

Palestinians and Syrians taking shelter in Qudsaya and Sahnaya areas, in Rif Dimashq, have been grappling with an acute dearth in gas supplies.

A Palestinian refugee in Qudsaya said civilians often line up for hours outside of local distribution centers but end up getting nothing. He accused the officers in charge of the distribution of handing over gas cylinders to their relatives.

A civilian who protested the distribution mechanisms in Sahnaya town had been heavily beaten up and rushed to a hospital for treatment.

Civilians have been forced to purchase gas at some 8,000 Syrian Pounds a cylinder.  The price hike, fuel shortage, and steep rental fees have made the situation far worse.

Some 6,000 Palestinian families who have been displaced from Yarmouk Camp and other southern Damascus areas have been enduring dire conditions in Qudsaya and Sahnaya.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8206