Monday, 10 April 2017

Andhra Pradesh: Truckers strengthen strike in Telangana

Hyderabad: Truckers in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh strengthened their strike on the fifth day on Monday, arranging dissents to press their requests.

More than 5 lakh trucks stayed off the streets in both states, incapacitating the development of products.

As the strike affected the supply of basic items, the vehicle divisions were equipping to make substitute game plans, including the utilization of transports of state-claimed street transport enterprises.

Transporters crosswise over south India were on strike on a call given by South India Motor Transport Association (SIMTA) to press for their requests incorporating withdrawal of increment in the premium for outsider protection, climb in punishment and toll expense.

The Insurance Regulatory Development Authority (IRDA) in Hyderabad has called SIMTA pioneers for converses with deliver the issue identifying with protection.

SIMTA pioneer and Secretary of Telangana Lorry Owners` Association Durga Prasad said their future strategy would rely on upon the result of the discussions with IRDA.

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