Transporters seek fare hike
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 27: All Kashmir Transporters’ Welfare Association, General Bus Stand, Batamaloo today appealed to the government for enhancing the passenger fares in view of hike in oil prices.
At a meeting held today with its general secretary Shiekh Muhammad Yousuf in chair, the members said the diesel, petrol and petroleum products have witnessed steady price increase over the past several months.
They said despite this the government has not increased the passenger fares, making the transporters to suffer huge losses.
The meeting among others was attended by the representatives of Haji Peer Transport Company, Western Motors Company, Star Transport Company, New Kashmir Transport Company, Shahan Shah Transport Company, Harmuk Transport Company, Sumo Operatives Association and Kashmir Auto Rickshaw Association. Representatives of KMD bus Stand East were also present in the meeting.
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