The national capital will have 40 more compressed natural gas (CNG) stations by July this year to cut down long queues.
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday met Petroleum Minister Murli Deora and stressed on the need for more CNG stations in Delhi.
"I am confident that there would be no long queues at CNG stations in the capital after four months. The Delhi government will soon provide land for 40 CNG filling stations," said Dikshit.
Dikshit also requested Deora for supply of piped natural gas (PNG) to more colonies in Delhi.
"PNG is supplied to 130,000 houses in Delhi and we have requested to make arrangements for at least 500,000 more houses," she said.