Transporters suffer Rs700 crore losses since abrogation of Article 370

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Srinagar

Transporters in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) continue to face huge losses due to lockdowns after abrogation of Article 370 on 05 August 2019.

The transporters claim that in total, Rs 700 crore losses have been registered till now after abrogation of Article 370 on 05 August 2019, with around Rs200 crore losses incurred by the transporters alone during COVID-19 lockdowns.

Talking to media, General Secretary Transport Kashmir, Mohammad Yousuf said that, “Transporters are worst hit by the lockdown not only due to the pandemic, but we are suffering since Aug 5 2019 after abrogation of Article 370.—KMS

 

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