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Four thousand crore rupees fall due to strike

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21 July :- Traffic officials have called for auctioning of diesel including GST and other taxes including tax and central government tax deduction. The collapse of the transport industry has caused a loss of around Rs 4,000 crore to the country. In Maharashtra, this figure is Rs 640 crores. The All India Motor Transport Congress has been claiming 100% response to the strike on the first day. Essential services have been excluded from this strike.

Diesel should be included under GST and reduction of taxes by central and state governments. Therefore, the prices of diesel will be reduced. Diesel prices are at the same level throughout the country and they have been demanded to be changed once in three months. Similarly, the toll system is also needed to improve, due to faulty and opaque, the average fuel cost of about Rs 1,50,000 crores is being lost annually. Toll collection is only about Rs 20,000 crore during that period.

Therefore, this requires improvement. Apart from this, the need for transparency in the third party issuance week is being repeated by the traffic conglomerate to the government. Since it has been neglected, the All India Motor Transport Congress has called for an ineligible strike on July 20. There is also a private bus, taxi with cargo holders. The school bus organization has also supported the temple. Large cargo trucks, private buses with tempos, cargo containers were on the road on the first day of the strike.

During this collapse, when 93 lakh truckloads of trucks were closed in the country, 16 lakh trucks and buses in Maharashtra were going to participate. Most of the vehicles were stuck by the Samavala cargo handlers. Small and small traffic in the state was closed. Transport in the dock is said to be a jumble. Due to the non-availability of a private passenger bus, the employees who traveled through this bus got sick. Many people had to find other options for transport. The organization said that the losses due to non-turnover throughout the day were suffered by the industry sector. All India Motor Transport Congress Core Committee chairperson Bal Malkit Singh has claimed that the country is worth Rs 4,000 crore and the amount is Rs 640 crore in Maharashtra.

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