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The Meghnagar Drivers Union went on strike by parking vehicles on the roadside


Jan 1, 2024

In Meghnagar, Jhabua district, the wheels of trucks, trolley buses, and other four-wheeler, 10-wheeler, and 22-wheeler vehicles stopped.

When the driver’s union brought the lost driver’s car from outside, he was garlanded with flowers, told about the black law, and explained.

New laws and rules have been imposed on drivers by the Central and Madhya Pradesh governments since the new year!

The government implemented new rules in which it was said that if any driver has an accident, he will be punished with 10 years of imprisonment and a fine of up to Rs 7 lakh.

In protest against the black law imposed on the drivers by the Central Government and Madhya Pradesh Government, hundreds of drivers took out a rally from Meghnagar Thandla Road New Bridge and reached Meghnagar police station, shouting slogans against the black law.

Memorandum submitted to Meghnagar Tehsildar and Police Station Incharge!
It was told in the memorandum that the government should withdraw its black law. From where will we poor drivers get Rs 7 lakh?
And they say that we get a salary of Rs 5 to 10 thousand.

And this government has imposed black laws on us.

If there is an accident, there will be a punishment of 10 years. If drivers do not cause accidents intentionally, then why should the government be punished? The government will have to withdraw these black laws.
Driver Union President Lakhwinder Singh Meghnagar

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