Demonstration of roadways employees: two hours roaring fronts in protest against privatization, memorandum submitted to GM shouting slogans
- 8:01 AM August 4, 2022
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Roadways employees protested at the call of Sanjha Morcha at Rohtak bus stand in Haryana. After protests held from 10 am to 12 am in privatization, the GM was submitted a memorandum to the Principal Secretary of the Transport Department. Also warned that if their demands are not accepted, they will not back down from any major movement as per the decision of Sanjha. On the call of the Sanjha Morcha, it was decided to protest against the Stage Carriage Amendment Policy 2017 brought by the Haryana government. Under which various roadways employees union officials and employees gathered at the bus stand. He shouted slogans against the government. Also raised the demand to withdraw the Stage Carriage Amendment Policy 2017. Senior member of Sanjha Morcha Himmat Rana, Sanjha Morcha member Jogendra Dhul, Amit Maharana from Haryana Transport Employees Union, State Head of INTUC Virendra Singh, Ramesh Panghal, Jogendra Singh etc. said that Haryana Government amends the Stage Carriage Policy 2017 by amending 952 routes But she wants to give permits to privates. This policy is neither in the interest of the general public nor the department. He said that earlier also the government had brought a policy in 1993 and gave a private permit in the rural area and said that the people living in the villages will get transport service and employment to the unemployed. But today the situation is reverse. Roadways deposit Rs 40-60 thousand per month in the government treasury by giving travel facility at free and concessional rates of 43 categories. But these categories are not concession in private buses. Private buses are under the capitalists and are running only on the routes of profit.Read more: Drum and car tank filled accused: Panipat petrol pump incident; 124 liters of diesel worth 11 thousand was filled, imprisoned in CCTV
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8:01 AM August 4, 2022