Transport operators to stage dharna if demands are not met


Team Udayavani, Aug 28, 2020, 12:44 PM IST

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Mangaluru: Karnataka State Transport Operators Association has warned of a protest on September 5 if the government fails to consider their demands, including waver of road tax for private buses.

The association in a release said that they have submitted a memorandum to the state government in this regard.

In a release, chairman of the state association, S Nataraj Sharma, president, Rajavarma Ballal, and Mangaluru City Bus Owners Association president, Dilraj Alva stated that repeated requests were made to the transport department, transport minister and chief secretary of the state transport department seeking to meet their demands.

“After holding discussions transport department secretary, Anjum Parvez and additional chief secretary, P Ravikumar promised to meet their demands. These officials had asked the chief secretary to send proposal to finance ministry,” the release said.

 

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