Hathras: There Will Be An Increase Of 15 Percent In The Freight Fare Of Rakshabandhan

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Hathras The burden of inflation on the common people is going to increase further in the coming days. After the festival of Rakshabandhan, the 15 percent increase in freight rates will be implemented by the transport traders. Due to the price of diesel reaching Rs 92 a liter, it is also difficult for the traders to meet the expenses. It is worth mentioning that from Hathras to other districts and states, pickle-murabba, readymade garments, handloom, asafoetida, rang-gulal, namkeen, churri, carpet etc., are supplied. Raw materials also come here from the states like Ahmedabad, Surat and Delhi etc. Every day 2.5 to 3 thousand loading vehicles are being operated from here. Due to the increasing rate of diesel and toll, it has become difficult for the transport businessmen to meet the expenses. Now that the movement of goods has gained momentum after the corona infection has subsided, the transport traders have also decided to increase the freight fare by 15 percent after Raksha Bandhan to reduce the burden of expenses. The increased rates will be applicable after Rakshabandhan. In this case, Banshi Pandit, the youth district president of the Transport Association, says that the same rates of freight are running when diesel was Rs 60 per liter. Now diesel has reached Rs 91 per liter, so the freight rates will be increased by 15 percent. Rates will be applicable after Rakshabandhan. Goods are running out now. Due to this the goods owners are not accepting the increased rates. conversation

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Hathras The burden of inflation on the common people is going to increase further in the coming days. After the festival of Rakshabandhan, the 15 percent increase in freight rates will be implemented by the transport traders. Due to the price of diesel reaching Rs 92 a liter, it is becoming difficult for the traders to meet the expenses. It is noteworthy that from Hathras, pickles-murabba, readymade garments, handloom, asafoetida, rang-gulal, namkeen, churri, carpets etc. are supplied to other districts and states. Raw materials also come here from the states like Ahmedabad, Surat and Delhi etc. Every day 2.5 to 3 thousand loading vehicles are being operated from here. Due to the increasing rate of diesel and toll, it has become difficult for the transport businessmen to meet the expenses. Now the movement of goods has gained momentum after the corona infection has subsided, so the transport traders have also decided to increase the freight fare by 15 percent after Raksha Bandhan to reduce the burden of expenses. The increased rates will be applicable after Rakshabandhan. In this case, Banshi Pandit, the youth district president of the Transport Association, says that the same rates of freight are running when diesel was Rs 60 per liter. Now diesel has reached Rs 91 per liter, so the freight rates will be increased by 15 percent. Rates will be applicable after Rakshabandhan. Goods are running out now. Due to this the goods owners are not accepting the increased rates. conversation .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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