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Auto Taxi Driver Associations called off their strike, 25 days ultimatum

Auto Taxi Strike Called Off: There is news of relief for the people of Delhi. The Auto Taxi Association withdrew after two days of strike to protest the hike in CNG prices and demand subsidy. However, he has warned that if the demands of auto taxi drivers are not met within the next 25 days, they will stop Delhi’s food supply.

Inderjit Singh, President of Rajdhani Transport Panchayat said that, we organized a one-day symbolic protest to warn the central government that if no action is taken in the next 25 days, then after 25 days we will leave Delhi with tempo and trucks. Will shut down the total food supply. Milk, vegetables or whatever, no essential goods will come to Delhi and the central government will be responsible for this.

He further said, “We have spoken to three MPs and they said that they cannot help us. We tweeted Hardeep Singh Puri and tried calling him, but did not get revert.

When asked about the inconvenience being faced by the passengers in booking cabs and autos, Inderjit Singh said, “All the auto unions have said that they have called off the dharna. But there are people who are still not aware of this development. That’s why they are continuing the strike, the reason for ending the dharna is that the passengers should not suffer and the situation will become normal very soon.But if the central government does not listen to us, then in the next 20-25 days we will stop it.

The Auto and Taxi Association of Delhi had written a letter to Chief Minister Kejriwal on April 6, demanding a subsidy of Rs 35 per kg on CNG. In the capital Delhi, the price of CNG has been increased by Rs 2.5 per kg. At present, the new price of CNG in Delhi is Rs 71.61 per kg. Let us tell you that due to the increase in the prices of natural gas, CNG has become expensive by about 60 percent in six months.

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