TADJAC requires ‘Chalo Raj Bhavan’ on April 12
Hyderabad: Members of the Telangana State Auto Drivers’ Joint Action Committee asked for a ‘Chalo Raj Bhavan’ on April 12 to oppose plans of the Central government.
According to them, the Central government bought to accumulate Rs 50 fine every day requiring negotiation of car physical fitness revival as well as negotiation of car motorists, various other affordable complaints.
“We demand the State government not to implement the new Motor Vehicles Act and immediate reduction of arbitrary fuel price and inclusion of fuel sales under GST,” states JAC. A joint conference of auto-rickshaw, taxicab as well as truck organizations was held at Satyanarayana Reddy Bhavan onSunday Satti Reddy (Transport JAC), Vemula Marayya, (TRSKV), Amanullah Khan (TAD JAC), Kiran (IFTU), Srikanth (CITU), participants of the Hyderabad District Auto Drivers’ Association, Telangana State Cab JAC State president Salahuddin, participants of the Telangana State Lorry JAC existed.
They claimed the Centre was enforcing a penalty of Rs 50 a day on car physical fitness accreditation hold-ups, consisting of 7 target date expansion days from March 2020 to October 2021.”Thousands of auto drivers are struggling to pay dues” They required the State government to right away react as well as rescind the large penalties enforced, along with reserved the enforcement of the Road Transport Act in 2019, which is currently active from April 1.
They required brand-new car licenses, decrease of expensive insurance coverage costs as well as establishing of an unique board for well-being of car motorists.