Rampur News Privet buses strike people – private buses also strike on the second day

Rampur Bushahr. The strike of private bus companies to demand tax exemptions continued on the second day. Because of this, the people in the region had difficulties. Due to the unavailability of private buses for the second day in a row, people in rural areas face greater problems when fewer public buses travel. In such a situation, people had to travel by private vehicles and taxis.
Meanwhile, the private bus company union’s strike continued for the second day on Tuesday. The operators have parked buses at the new bus stop in Rampur. During the time of the corona epidemic, the private bus operator agreed to seat 50 percent of the drivers issued by the government. Private bus companies are calling on the state government to waive the coronal tax.
Passengers arriving at Chaudhary base and the new Rampur bus station suffered from the shortage of private buses on Tuesday. In light of the epidemic, the Transport Corporation has also cut its routes. For this reason, the passengers had to fight a lot for the bus connection. People had to wait hours for many routes.
Others, including Manish Sharma, Vice Chairman Vishal Rana, Kulvir Singh Gill, Harmendra Sharma, Vikram Singh, Nikhil Sankhyan, Tenzin, Yogesh Sharma, Rakesh Mehta, Digu Thakur and Rakesh, president of the private bus company Union Rampur, said private buses from The corona epidemic The operators have suffered significant financial losses.
In this way the government has granted relief in many other areas. Likewise, the tax on private buses should be waived from August 2020 to March 31, so that the private operator can receive relief. Chairman Manish Sharma said there was a discussion with the government and the department. The strike will continue until the demands are met. He hoped that the government would soon take appropriate action and remedy the situation.

Rampur Bushahr. The strike of private bus companies to demand tax exemptions continued on the second day. Because of this, the people in the region had difficulties. Due to the unavailability of private buses for the second day in a row, people in rural areas face greater problems when fewer public buses travel. In such a situation, people had to travel by private vehicles and taxis.

Meanwhile, the private bus company union’s strike continued for the second day on Tuesday. The operators have parked buses at the new bus stop in Rampur. During the time of the corona epidemic, the private bus operator agreed to seat 50 percent of the drivers issued by the government. Private bus companies are calling on the state government to waive the coronal tax.

Passengers arriving at Chaudhary base and the new Rampur bus station suffered from the shortage of private buses on Tuesday. In light of the epidemic, the Transport Corporation has also cut its routes. For this reason, the passengers had to fight a lot for the bus connection. People had to wait hours for many routes.

Others, including Manish Sharma, Vice Chairman Vishal Rana, Kulvir Singh Gill, Harmendra Sharma, Vikram Singh, Nikhil Sankhyan, Tenzin, Yogesh Sharma, Rakesh Mehta, Digu Thakur and Rakesh, president of the private bus company Union Rampur, said private buses from The corona epidemic The operators have suffered significant financial losses.

In this way the government has granted relief in many other areas. Likewise, the tax on private buses should be waived from August 2020 to March 31, so that the private operator can receive relief. Chairman Manish Sharma said there was a discussion with the government and the department. The strike will continue until the demands are met. He hoped that the government would soon take appropriate action and remedy the situation.

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