Himachal Truck Drivers Strike: More Than 10k Truck Drivers Go on Strike in Himachal

 
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More Than 10k Truck Drivers Go on Strike in Himachal

Himachal Pradesh Drivers Strike: Cement supply has been stopped due to the strike by truck operators. On the other hand, operators of Sirmaur and Bilaspur have also landed in protest and have parked more than 450 buses. 305 bus routes in Bilaspur and 169 in Sirmaur have been affected. The wheels of 500 trucks have also stopped in Kalaamb, the industrial area of Sirmaur. Diesel-petrol and LPG crisis has arisen in Himachal due to three days of strike across the country.

Long line is on the pump

Due to non-supply of oil, lines are being made for diesel-petrol at petrol pumps. The tourists who come to visit the state from outside are not getting vehicle fuel to return home. Due to low stocks, not enough oil is available at the pumps. There has also been a shortage of oil in Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) depots. Many depots have nominal stock left. If there is no supply in a day or two. So government buses will also be erected. Due to lack of oil, the Transport Corporation has been club to the routes since Tuesday. That is, the same route on which the first two buses used to run can be run only. So that oil is saved.

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Oil was finished in many places

Due to non -supply for three days, oil in 9 out of 12 pumps in the capital Shimla has ended. Now only ambulances and VIP vehicles are being given oil. On Monday, scooters were given oil of 200 rupees and 500 rupees to other vehicles. 55 percent of petrol pumps in Solan district have oil shortage.

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BBN has seen the most impact. On the first day of the strike here, 90 percent of the petrol is over. On Tuesday, 80 percent of the pumps in the district will be empty. Cement supply in Dadlaghat and Baga is stalled. There are about 7000 trucks in Dadlaghat and Baga unions. In Chamba, instead of 1000, 500 and 500 oil is getting oil of 200 rupees. Gas supply is not currently disrupted. Petrol and diesel are being cut at some pumps in Mandi district. But due to non -running private buses, the difficulties of passengers have increased.

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Huge crowd at petrol pumps

There was a huge crowd at petrol pumps in Kangra on Monday to fill oil. Long queues have created a situation. The king's petrol pump is not being given more than 500 rupees oil. Because of this people got entangled with the workers. The supply of sand-gravel has also stopped. In Kullu district, more than 15 petrol pumps have been dry till Bajaura, Banjar including Manali. Where there is petrol and diesel. There were lines up to two km. LPG has a stock left one day in Kullu. Petrol and diesel have ended at many pumps in Hamirpur. It is on the verge of ending in some places.

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Did not take supply on the third day

About 800 truck drivers sitting on strike at the oil plant of IOCL, IOCL in Una, did not take supply for the third day on Monday. Petrol and diesel have ended at most pumps in the district.

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The oil stock at the petrol pump of HRTC Una depot is also almost over. Diesel supply has come to a standstill at Nahan depot of HRTC for four days. The operation of private buses in Nalagarh, Kalka, Solan, Dharampur was affected on Monday. In some other districts on Tuesday, private bus driver operators can go on strike. HRTC Managing Director Rohan Chand Thakur said that the supply of diesel could make it difficult to operate buses. Route club will have to be done from Tuesday.

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Clash between Drivero and police

State President of Private Bus Operator Union Rajesh Parashar says. That the amendment made in the Motor Vehicles Act should be reconsidered. State General Secretary of Private Bus Driver Operator Union Akhil Gupta says. That the central government should immediately amend the law. Strikes stopped the corporation bus on Monday at Shillai in Sirmaur district. There was a push between the police and the protesters.

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Orders have come to create a diesel-petrol reserve

District Magistrate Mandi Arindam Chaudhary has ordered petrol pump operators of the district to maintain a minimum reserve of petrol and diesel for emergency requirements in view of the strike of truck drivers.

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HRTC routes will be club from today, private buses will also run less

The impact of the strike of the tanker drivers started after the amendment in the Motor Vehicles Act on hit and run cases has started showing. Petrol and diesel shortage has started at petrol pumps. Petrol diesel supply has been affected for the last three days. If the strike does not end, it may start affecting public transport from Tuesday. Due to non -receipt of diesel, the operation of private buses has started to be affected from Monday. HRTC has also issued instructions to the precautionary mandal managers to spend diesel in economically. The corporation's bus root clubs can be done from today to save oil.

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On the other hand, drivers of private buses have also started a strike against the amendment made in the Motor Vehicles Act. However, the drivers of buses have not gone on strike across the state. The operation of private buses in Nalagarh, Kalka, Solan, Dharampur was affected on Monday. In some other districts on Tuesday, private bus driver operators can go on strike. Due to the shortage of diesel, bus operators will also be unable to run the bus. State President of Private Bus Operator Union Rajesh Parashar says. That the amendment made in the Motor Vehicles Act should be reconsidered.

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No driver wants to do an accident. The drivers of the buses are refusing to run buses. In such a situation, it is difficult for operators to run buses. Diesel shortage is also facing difficulty in running buses. State General Secretary of Private Bus Driver Operator Union Akhil Gupta says. That the central government should immediately amend the law. The driver of the buses is strongly against the operations law amendment. HRTC Managing Director Rohanchand Thakur said that the supply of diesel could make it difficult to operate buses. Route club will have to be done from Tuesday. The routes on which two buses run. Only one bus will be sent there.

Superfast News Coverage By YuvaPatrkaar.com Team

Publish Date: January 02, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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