Sahid Khudiram Bose Rd, BBD Bagh, Kolkata, West Bengal
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Anusilan Kendra West Bengal transport serve Madan Mitra considered the request of the cab drivers vile and unlawful. The state government won't bow their head before their request and the state government will speak to the higher court against the safeguard of twenty-two cabbies who got safeguard from Bankshal Court on twelfth August, included Mr.Mitra.
More or less, the express government's drive to end the problematic taxi benefit in the city through a meeting with the eleven taxi unions was not productive. Six individuals from every union were available in the meeting which went for two hours.
Prior, the cab drivers held dissent requesting escape from the over the top fine in declining traveler. They additionally voiced their challenge to stop the police outrages on them. The cab drivers went for a strike which brought about huge issue to the city travelers.
Dissenting to the cabbies' request Mr. Mitra said the choice of forcing Rs. 3000 fine was taken by the Left government. He engaged the cabbies for not getting moved by the union pioneers' words.
AITUC state secretary Nawal Kishore Shrivastav and INTUC state secretary Ramen Pandey said the meeting was worthless and censured the legislature for not giving any confirmation to end their problem.They will settle on their best course of action subsequent to sitting tight for two days, said the union leaders.They announced that they would go for a bigger development if the administration would not make any move inside two days.
Bimal Guha, the general secretary of Bengal Taxi Association said the administration has frustrated them in this meeting. He claimed for the climb for the taxi passage from Rs.25 to Rs.35 in one kilometer.He additionally denounced the police monstrosities over the cabbies and the intemperate fine over them in rejecting passengers.They would hold a meeting on nineteenth August.
In the meeting transport secretary Alapan Banerjee, DC Traffic v. Soloman, Joint CP(2) Soumen Mitra were available in the meeting.