Jammu kashmir black auto union, held a strong protest rally with five hundred auto drivers, owners, Jammu kashmir black auto union, holds protest rally, at Bus stand jammu BC road, demands j&k govt to control e-rickshaw, they should operate in their zones allotted to e rickshaw.
Addressing the protesters Sunil Dimple patron/chairman jammu Kashmir black auto union and president mission statehood, demands LG Manoj sinaha, j&k govt to control e-rickshaw movements, they should operate in their zones allotted to e rickshaw by DC, RTO, SSP jammu.
Dimple demands SSP traffic to hold nakas in jammu city that E-rickshaws operate in their own zones allotted.
Dimple highlighted the demands of jammu Kashmir black auto industry, which is 50 years old industry of j&k.
Dimple gave one week ultimatum to j&k govt to control e-rikshaw, threatening to hold protest marches, rallies, agitation in jammu city. In which five thousand autos, drivers, owners will take out a massive rally in jammu city.
Dimple expressed strong resentment that the black auto fifty years old industry is at the verge of starvation.
Dimple said in spite of the directions to rickshaw, they are not following the orders to drive in their zones allotted to them, with licenses with proper documents.
Dimple alleged now the govt has started battery buses, ola, ten seats small battery autos.
As per the News Agency Current News of India (CNI) He said after starting the battery smart city buses, the black autos, minibuses, matadors, diesel buses transport is in danger and to drivers, owners are at the verge of starvation.
Dimple said after starting the erikshaws. The black autos are unable to deposit the installment, insurance, passing fee and are facing the traffic police blunt also.
Dimple alleged by starting battery buses, small battery ten seats autos. The govt is totally destroying the 50 years old auto & matador transport industry.
The prominent leaders are Sanjay sethi president, Haneef Chodry, Ajiet singh, Amar Jeet Singh, Pawan Kumar, S Vikram singh RanJiet Singh, S Taran singh, Ramesh Kumar, Madan lal, Rameshwar kumar, Ashok Kumar.(CNI) Current News of India