Assam’s Transport minister Chandramohan Patwari met the officials of All Assam Motor Transport Association at the Assam Administrative Authority Law College in Khanapara today to discuss the various demands raised by the association. But Pradeep Das, General Secretary of all Assam Motor Transport Union claimed that the discussion had failed.
“The talks with our minister failed. We will continue our indefinite chakka bandh program.” This is how Pradeep Das said in an interview.
Chandramohan Patwari announces that there will be no increase in transport fares for any reason. The government will take steps to transport 100 per cent of passengers in vehicles. The divisional minister asked All Assam Motor Transport Association for a 7-day deadline. But minister Chandramohan Patwari refused to make a written promise which results to continue Indefinite Chakka Bandh.
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