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    Auto Drivers’ Joint Action Committee in Hyderabad to hold a strike against KCR government on April 30th.

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    The Auto Drivers’ Joint Action Committee in Hyderabad has recently announced that they will be holding a strike against the KCR government on April 30th. The strike is expected to affect the daily commute of thousands of people in the city, as auto-rickshaws are a popular mode of transportation in Hyderabad.

    The reason behind the strike is the auto drivers’ dissatisfaction with the government’s policies and regulations. The committee claims that the government has not addressed their concerns regarding issues such as fare hikes, insurance policies, and harassment by traffic police.

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    The auto drivers have been demanding a fare hike for quite some time now, citing rising fuel prices and maintenance costs. However, the government has not yet approved their request for a fare hike, leading to frustration among the auto drivers.

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    In addition, the committee has also raised concerns about the insurance policies for auto-rickshaws. They claim that the current policies are inadequate and do not provide enough coverage in case of accidents. The committee has demanded that the government revise the insurance policies to ensure better coverage for auto-rickshaw drivers.

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    Another issue that the auto drivers have been facing is harassment by traffic police. The committee claims that the police often stop and fine auto drivers for minor violations, which affects their daily earnings. The committee has demanded that the government take action against such harassment and provide a more conducive environment for auto drivers to operate in.

    The strike is expected to have a significant impact on the daily commute of people in Hyderabad, especially those who rely on auto-rickshaws for their transportation needs. The committee has urged the public to support their cause and has assured them that they will not resort to violence during the strike.

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    In conclusion, the Auto Drivers’ Joint Action Committee’s decision to hold a strike against the KCR government on April 30th is a result of their dissatisfaction with the government’s policies and regulations. The strike is expected to affect the daily commute of thousands of people in Hyderabad, highlighting the importance of addressing the concerns of auto-rickshaw drivers. It remains to be seen whether the government will take action to address these concerns and prevent the strike from taking place.

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