West Bengal truckers endorse June 18 strike call

KOLKATA: Truckers in West Bengal said on Tuesday they will move on an indefinite strike from June 18, endorsing a similar call through their all India frame, demanding relief of diesel costs and to protest alleged police excesses.
The Federation of West Bengal Truck Operators Association said its 3.71 lakh individuals will sign up for the agitation in make stronger of the countrywide truck strike known as through All India Confederating of Goods Vehicles Association to press for their demands.

"Our main demand is reduction of diesel prices or introduction of GST in fuel pricing," federation normal secretary Subhas Chandra Bose said.

Bose said high third birthday party insurance top class used to be also a question of outrage and that the truckers want a direct relief of the rates.

He said the federation is also protesting police and motor vehicle department officials' alleged excesses within the state.

The federation individuals held a gathering and endorsed the strike call given through their all-India frame from June 18 and would sign up for the agitation, he said.

Strike through the truckers would mean less provide of perishable food pieces to and from the state, including fish, eggs, culmination and spices and that could result in hike in costs of goods.
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