Taxi drivers raise slogans demanding ban on new MV Act at Delhi's Nizamuddin railway station

19 Sep 2019 11:18 AM

Taxi drivers raise slogans demanding ban on new MV Act at Delhi's Nizamuddin railway station

Updated 19 Sep 2019 11:18 AM

Taxi drivers raised slogans demanding ban on new Motor Vehicle Act at Delhi's Nizamuddin railway station.
Transport associations in Delhi-NCR region have called for a strike on Thursday to protest against the sharp hike in traffic penalities under the new Motor Vehicles Act. The strike called by almost 34 associations of autos, taxis, private school buses, maxi cabs, OLA and Uber cabs, cluster buses under STA, Gramin Seva and large commercial vehicles from morning 6 am to 10 pm. Around 50,000 transport vehicles are expected to stay off the roads.

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