BP India, the Indian arm of British oil monster BP Plc (BP), has gotten a permit from the administration to offer plane fuel in India, its nation head said on Thursday. "India is a tremendous business sector … Clearly we are an extensive player comprehensively in the flying business, so it bodes well for us to be here," said Sashi Mukundan, provincial president and India nation head for BP. NSE gets board nod to launch IPO via OFS, clears bonus shares Mukundan said BP will soon begin neighborhood offers of flight turbine fuel (ATF). He declined to expand on whether BP will offer fuel all alone or tie up with an Indian partner.BP had, in May, sold 11.5 for each penny value in its auxiliary, Castrol Limited, diminishing its stake in the oil organization from 71 for each penny to 59.5 for every penny. The stake was sold to a scope of residential and universal financial specialists. Castrol India is recorded on the Mumbai Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange an assortment of financial specialists hold the other 29 for each penny of the organization. Sway Dudley, BP Group Chief Executive said: "BP stays focused on India and we wish to keep on growing our organizations here, advancing our upstream characteristic gas advancements and our downstream open doors, including oils."