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HSS hails Govt' decision to extend life of vehicles
Manjula Jain12/4/2020 9:36:59 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 4: State President of Hindustan Shiv Sena (HSS) Vikrant Kapoor has welcomed the government's decision to extend the life of commercial and non-commercial vehicles in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to 25 years. Along with this, he also raised the demand to open the movement of intre-state vehicles from Lakhanpur, the entrance of the state. State President of Hindustan Shiv Sena Vikrant Kapoor said this while addressing a press conference here today. He said that the transporters will get relief to a great extent by extending the life of commercial and non-commercial vehicles in the State. He further said that the transport sector is the backbone of Jammu and Kashmir and giving relief to this sector will surely bring a lot of relief to the badly affected transporters during the Covid-19 Lockdown. State President of Hindustan Shiv Sena Vikrant Kapoor further said that this will also provide relief to the state's mechanics to a great extent. At the same time, he also raised the demand to reduce the hundred percent increase in tokens. He said that there is no logic to increase the token by 100 percent and further said that keeping in view the problems faced by the Transporters and other people due to this increase the UT administration should take a serious look at the matter and reconsider it. He urged Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha to issue directions to the concerned authorities to take some concrete steps towards reducing the hundred percent increase in tokens.
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