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Private taxi drivers transporting school children in Delhi go on a day’s strike; require the commercial status of vehicles

ByElla E. Kidwell

Aug 1, 2022

Visuals of the taxi drivers’ strike

Photo: ANI

New Delhi: Delhi’s private taxi drivers who transport students to and from school are protesting for a day in an attempt to meet demands. The Delhi government is being urged by school taxi drivers to start the process of transforming private taxis into commercial taxis.

Many parents have faced problems as a result. A notice has been sent to parents stating that due to the strike, school vehicles will not be operating on Monday.

“We are having a lot of travel problems. Taxi drivers are on strike, they have thousands of rupees from Challan. The status of their vehicles is not renewed,” a parent said.

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The Bharatiya Kisan union also backed the strike by the Delhi-based private taxi union. Gurnam Singh Charuni, a leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, advised the Kejriwal administration not to focus only on school taxi drivers.

“We are disturbed and ask the Delhi government to support us, we are not flouting any rules. “We have already faced difficulties in the event of a pandemic,” said a taxi driver.

According to media reports, school taxi drivers are calling on the Delhi government to start the process of converting private taxis to commercial taxis.

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Kejriwal’s administration appears to be criticized by Ramtahal, chairman of the Delhi School Cab Transport Ekta Association, for claiming that the transport department has launched a campaign to stop and ticket school buses.

This entails a fine of challans ranging in amount from Rs 10,000 to 25,000. Ramtahal claimed that it has been almost five years since the Delhi government and the Ministry of Transport granted taxi drivers permission to possess taxis. commercial school taxis.