Fuel stations resume services in Rajasthan - Strike Postponed

Fuel stations resume services in Rajasthan - Strike Postponed

 
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The indicative strike by Fuel stations across Rajasthan on 13 and 14 September was followed by an indefinite strike from 6am on 15 September, which had left the commuters and transport operators in the State clueless.

However, towards afternoon, the  strike was called off and deferred to a future date, following a directive from the President of the  Rajasthan Petrol Dealers Association.

In his statement, Rajendra Singh Bhati, the President of the RPDA said that after three rounds of discussion, the representative of the State Government have asked for a 10 day moratorium and that the committe so formed will look in the VAT concerns of the RPDA.

Earlier, the RPDA had announced an indicative strike, where more than 6,000 fuel (Petrol/Diesel) stations around the country had ceased their services from 10am till 6pm on 13 and 14 September. When there was no response from the Government, the  RPDA had announced an indefinite strike from 6am on 15 September.

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