AIMTC

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AIMTCAll India Motor Transport Congress
AIMTCAdvanced Interactive Management Technology Center (US Navy)
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All India Motor Transport Congress has given call to suspend operations of goods transport and transportation services with effect from the midnight of April 1 demanding that various issues affecting transport community are resolved by March 30.
New Delhi, Mar 5 (ANI): The All India Motor Transport Congress (AITMC) on Friday gave a call for an indefinite strike from April 5 demanding a rollback of the fuel price hike.
The decision to stop plying into Kerala was announced by the All India Motor Transport Congress.
The All India Motor Transport Congress, which represents truckers, has increased freight charges by 15 per cent across the country following the hike in diesel prices.
As the strike entered the eighth day today, All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) Vice-President Amolak Singh Bhatia said: "The strike is on, and the solution lies completely in the hands of the Government.
Irked by the " arbitrary user fee'' collection at the toll gates of the under construction highway projects, the All India Motor Transport Congress ( AIMTC) has locked horns with the road transport and highways ministry over the issue and the former is learnt to be moving court for redressal.
Meanwhile, All India Motor Transport Congress president Shanmugappa has said that the liquor shops opened along the highways and main roads were causing the deadly accidents.
Calling the demands 'irrelevant', Baalu said that he had already discussed the matter with All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) in July 2008 and all the demands have been considered then.
The All India Motor Transport Congress, which represents around six million truckers across the country called for the indefinite strike from Monday, demanding reduction of diesel prices and withdrawal of the service tax on truckers.
The All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), which represents around six million truckers' across the country, called for an indefinite strike on Monday, demanding reduction of diesel prices and certain tax concessions.
The All India Motor Transport Congress, which represents around six million trucks across the country have called indefinite strike since Monday seeking lowering of diesel prices besides the withdrawal of service tax on truckers.
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