Countrywide wheel-jam strike enters into second day

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Amraiz Khan
Lahore

Countrywide wheel-jam strike of transporters entered into the second day on Wednesday, doubling the hardships of the commuters.

It is worth mentioning here that the transport owners association had given a wheel-jam strike call on Tuesday against a hike in token tax, income tax and transfer fee by the government.

The transporters in Rawalpindi and Islamabad are also taking part in the strike. They have demanded the government to reduce the fuel prices and taxes.

 

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