- Auto, cab and taxi drivers upset over the rising price of CNG introduced to go on strike
- Drivers’ Affiliation says ‘OLA and Uber cab fares have not elevated in final 7-8 years’
- CNG has been elevated by Rs 25.71 per kg or 60 per cent in a single yr
new Delhi. The impression of the ever-increasing CNG value might quickly be seen on the fares of Ola, Uber and different cab companies. Business sources stated that the businesses offering cab companies have made preparations to extend the fare in view of the quick rising costs of CNG and the opposition of the cab drivers. It may be introduced by the businesses at any time. Considerably, the worth of CNG has been elevated 10 occasions in a month. Resulting from this, CNG has grow to be costlier by Rs 13.1 per kg in Delhi. The value of CNG in Delhi has gone as much as Rs 69.11 per kg per kg. On the similar time, CNG has been elevated by Rs 25.71 per kg or 60 per cent in a single yr.
cab drivers parked the automotive
To know the impact of rising CNG costs, when India TV spoke to a number of cab drivers, they advised that now it has grow to be tough to drive a cab on account of the price of CNG. Cab driver Amit stated that the fee of the cab aggregator firm, the tax burden of the industrial automobile was already very excessive. Now the financial savings should not taking place in any respect after driving the cabs on account of the price of CNG. So there isn’t any benefit in driving. In view of this, I’ve parked my automotive. Many different cab drivers are additionally not driving their automotive.
Announcement to go on strike from April 18
Auto, cab and taxi drivers, upset over the rising price of CNG, have introduced to go on an indefinite strike from April 18. Drivers say they may go on strike if the federal government doesn’t subsidize gasoline or improve fares. The Affiliation of Auto, Cab and Taxi Drivers will protest towards the Heart and the State Authorities at Jantar Mantar on Friday. Other than this, the affiliation can even maintain a sit-in on the Delhi Secretariat on April 11 towards the rising costs of CNG. Ravi Rathore, member of Sarvodaya Driver Welfare Affiliation stated, “The costs of OLA and Uber haven’t been elevated for the final 7-8 years.