Delhites face commuting problem as transport associations go on strike

19 Sep 2019 10:00 AM

Delhites face commuting problem as transport associations go on strike

Updated 19 Sep 2019 10:00 AM

Citizens of Delhi and Noida are facing massive problems commuting on Thursday as transport associations have called for a strike in wake of the steep hike in fines and penalties for violation of traffic rules following the amendment of the Motor Vehicle Act.
According to reports, schools have sent an advisory to parents informing them of the holiday due to transport strike on Thursday.
The decision has been taken by the United Front of Transport Associations to highlight issues including hiked penalties, Section 44AE of Income Tax Act, Rs 5 lakh cap on payment of vehicular insurance by insurance companies and also legislations on the health insurance of drivers.

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