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Truck union representatives protesting against rising diesel prices.
In protest against the rising prices of diesel, the officials of the Bharat Truck and Transport Welfare Association submitted a memorandum to the CTM in the name of the Union Transport Minister, Prime Minister. During this, from Civil Line via Mor Chowk, Sohna Chowk, reached the Mini Secretariat via Alwar Road. During this, he has appealed to the Central Government to give relief in the memorandum.
During this, he said, ‘Fulfill our demands’ “There was a lot of diesel hit, there was a lot of darkness in the transport business, save the transport business, bring the moratorium, relief package should be given to the transport business being restored, “the penalty in tax should be waived,” 25% of the fares An increase was sought. Reaching Mini Secretariat Gurugram from in front of PW Rest House via Mor Chowk, Sohna Chowk, in a procession raising slogans of Rs.
Where Sushil Kumar reached Naib Tehsildar to give the memorandum, but the transport demanded that we will give our memorandum to DC Gurugram, who then reached SDM Gurgaon Ekta Chaudhary to collect the memorandum, which the transport presented its memorandum to the Prime Minister, Road Transport and Highways Minister SDM Gurugram gave a memorandum of demands to the Government of India, Finance Minister, Government of India and Chief Minister Delhi Government. Which Gurugram SDM Ekta Chaudhary assured that the memorandum of your demands will be sent through proper channel.
Prime Minister will be appealed to reduce the price of diesel
Ravi Sethi said that many times Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will be asked to give relief once again. The pandemic has been more deadly this time than last year. In such a situation, the cost of the truck has exceeded the rent. In such a situation, they have demanded relief. The central government does not want to hear on this for reducing the price of diesel. Due to which the price of diesel is increasing every day.
These are the main demands of the truck union
Green tax was implemented in Delhi in the year 2015. At that time, it was told by the government that green tax would not be collected after the arrival of BS4 and BS6, but even after the arrival of BS6, the collection of green tax continues. Automobile companies have increased the rate of 20 percent to 25 percent in BS4 and 30 percent to 35 percent in BS6. Which has also hit the transport industries.