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Indian Oil Corp Ltd (IOC) has come up with a rather innovative gifting idea. Now on special occasions, you can gift your near and dear ones fuel vouchers which have been recently introduced by IOC. One4U, an electric fuel (e-Fuel) voucher, can be purchased online and according to IOC’s latest advertisement on Twitter, it is the “perfect gift to celebrate weddings” or any other function.
“Make the new beginnings of your loved ones much more special. A perfect gift to celebrate weddings, get the IndianOil’s One4U e-Fuel Voucher today and shower them with your love & blessings (sic),” Indian Oil Twitter account shared on Saturday.

Make the new beginnings of your loved ones much more special. A perfect gift to celebrate weddings, get the IndianOil’s One4U e-Fuel Voucher today and shower them with your love & blessings.

To gift e-Fuel Voucher visit:

IOC’s official Twitter handle had shared similar posts promoting their e-fuel vouchers as a gifting option for Diwali and Dhanteras as well. The minimum amount for these e-fuel gift voucher is Rs 500 and the maximum amount is Rs 10,000.

This Diwali, gift your loved ones a gift that drives them to fulfil their goals and ambitions. Share the love this Diwali with #IndianOil‘s One4U e-Fuel Voucher. #IndianOilRhino

However, the promotional tweets have received mixed reactions from people on social media.
Take a look at some of the comments below:

So you are enjoying the profits while common public is suffering.

Apt advertisement for this high “fuel tax” situations . But I think some is going to lose the job for this add .

Indian Oil being hilarious and on point. This dhanteras buy some fuel vouchers, basically the same price as gold.

If you want to girt something costly at your fiends #Wedding

Chose to gift #Petrol or #Diesel through Indian Oil E-voucher. They will remember you everything they fill the petrol

The central government had slashed the excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 5 and Rs 10, respectively, to bring down retail rates from record highs. Following this, as many as 25 NDA-ruled states announced the reduction of VAT on petrol and diesel. There has been no change in the rates of petrol and diesel for more than three weeks now after Centre announced an excise cut on the two fuels on the eve of Diwali.
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