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Gurgaon: Auto unions call off strike

The delegation assured the officials that they would follow traffic norms.

By: PTI | Gurgaon | Published: August 30, 2016 2:29 am
Auto Drivers taking part in protest march in Gurgaon on Monday. PTI Photo Auto Drivers taking part in protest march in Gurgaon on Monday. PTI Photo

Auto unions called off strike after a delegation met with the Deputy Commissioner of Gurgaon who announced that camps would be set up to issue them licences in a time-bound manner.

“I have also assured them that transport department camps would be set up from tomorrow to issue licences in a time-bound manner and the task has been given to SDM, South Gurgaon so that they can get their impounded autos released. They also promised to install GPS device in autos,” he said.

The delegation assured him that they would follow traffic norms.

Over 30,000 autos had gone strike following action by Gurgaon police which had impounded over 4,000 autos for violating traffic norms.

Most of these autorickshaws were fined as they were without valid documents such as license, registration certificates and permits, Hawa Singh, PRO, Gurgaon Police said.

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    Khem
    Aug 30, 2016 at 7:47 am
    This is really shameful that these goons have taken city on ransom. But civic administration is totally clueless about sufferings of general people. The commuters are standards on roads since two days. Pathetic BJP government in Haryana.
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    1. maira vatika
      Aug 30, 2016 at 11:13 am
      totally failure of gurgaon administration, they are not arranged any optional transport facility for common people, kuch bhi ho marta to aam admi hi hai, totally failure of bjp govt,
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        vikalp
        Aug 30, 2016 at 5:49 am
        Haryana Govt must start City bus form Gurgaon bus stand to Badshahpur. A large number of Pengers have been facing a lot of problems.
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