All Assam Motor Transports Association demands increase in fares
First Published: 1st June, 2018 19:54 IST
The All Assam Motor Transports Association has demanded the increase in fares of city buses, private cabs, trucks and school buses. The association has demanded this after the hike in
The All Assam Motor Transports Association has demanded the increase in fares of city buses, private cabs, trucks and school buses.
The association has demanded this after the hike in fuel prices across the nation. The All Assam Motor Transports Association have called for a 24 hours bandh on June 4 and a 48 hours bandh on the 11th and 12th .
They also informed that if the government doesn’t increase the fares, they will increase the fare on their own.
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