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Transport union in J&K calls off strike after discussions with government, major relief to common people

Last Updated on March 30, 2022 at 11:07 am

Transport Unions of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday deferred the strike which was scheduled today giving a major to relief to people. After midnight negotiations with government transport unions called off their strike.

As per reports, four demands of transport union have been accepted in the talks with government.

The conversation took place under the chairmanship of Div Com Jammu Dr Raghav Langer and Presidents and Office bearers of various Unions of Jammu as well as Kashmir Province agreed to common decision.

The President of All J&K transport welfare unions, Vijay Singh Chib said that the government has agreed to the recovery of arrears of Passenger tax in instalments, from commercial/passenger vehicle owners. Also a panel will be formed to look into the matter of phasing out of vehicles more than 20 years old from non attainment cities of Jammu & Srinagar.