Proposed Truck Strike withdrawn in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, June 5: The truck owners' association has withdrawn its proposed indefinite strike, scheduled on June 9.

The move came after the representatives of the association met Commerce and Transport Minister Ramesh Majhi yesterday and discussed their issues.

According to the sources, the government has assured to meet most of their demands following which the union cancelled their plan to go on strike.

With the decision, it was a huge relief for the government as well as the consumers in the state as the proposed indefinite strike could have paralysed the transportation of goods by road.

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