driver strike in odisha 2023|bus strike in odisha tomorrow|odisha driver mahasangha logo|odisha strike 15 march 2023|drivers strike in odisha:Following a meeting with DGP Sunil Bansal on Tuesday to discuss the law and order situation during the protest, the Association announced that plying of buses will be normal across Odisha during the strike on Wednesday.Though the Drivers’ Mahasangha has announced an indefinite bus strike from March 15 in the State, members of the All Odisha Bus Owners’ Association seem to have distanced themselves from it.
Following a meeting with DGP Sunil Bansal on Tuesday to discuss the law and order situation during the protest, the Association announced that plying of buses will be normal across Odisha during the strike on Wednesday.All Odisha Bus Owners’ Association has not put forth any demand for the strike announced by the Drivers’ Mahasangha on March 15. We will normalise the plying of private buses on Wednesday. We have already written a letter in this regard to the government on March 11,” said All Odisha Bus Owners’ Association Secretary Debendra Sahu.
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Thousands of members of the Drivers Mahasangha, an association of drivers of different motor vehicles in Odisha, will go on an indefinite strike from March 15 demanding social security for them.They want the state government to fulfill their demands, including pension after 60 years of age.These members hail from all districts of the state and drive trucks, cabs, ambulances, autorickshaws, buses and other transporting vehicles.They demand death benefits, insurance and pension. They also want rest sheds every 100km on the major roads of the state and compensation if a driver cannot work after an accident.
Private bus services will continue in Odisha despite the indefinite strike call given by the Driver Ekata Manch (an association of drivers) from tomorrow, clarified All Odisha Bus Owners’ Association (AOBOA) today.Senior members of the association met the Odisha DGP and urged the top cop to ensure security for the plying of passenger buses across the state during the agitation by the drivers.
The AOBOA has already distanced itself from the strike. It stated that the indefinite strike call of the agitating drivers will affect lakhs of people.
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The Odisha Drivers’ Mahasangh has decided to launch an indefinite strike from March 15 in support of its 10-point charter of demands.The Mahasangh, in a release on Sunday, said around 5 lakh drivers would join the strike across the state. Except the vehicles for emergency services and those carrying students for Matriculation examinations, no vehicle would be allowed to ply on the roads during the strike, it added.
Stating that the drivers are forced to go for the strike due to the state government’s indifferent attitude to their condition, Mahasangh’s president Prashant Menduli sought the people’s support though they may face communication problem during the agitation.He further said the drivers would resort to peaceful agitation and the vehicles engaged in emergency services like ambulance, Fire Brigade, schools and administration will be exempted from the strike.
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The All Odisha Bus Owners’ Association has distanced itself from indefinite strike call given by the Driver Ekata Manch in the state.“The common people will bear the brunt of this agitation. The Bharat Driver Mahasangha has opposed this unlawful strike,” the AOBOA said.
Earlier, the Driver Ekata Manch had claimed that around 5 lakh drivers across the state would participate in the agitation to press for their 10-point charter of demands.No vehicle except those engaged in emergency services will be allowed to ply on the roads during the strike, threatened the Driver Ekata Manch.
Menduli threatened that if the government failed to meet their demands despite the strike, the members of the Mahasangh would contest against the ruling party members in all Assembly constituencies in the coming elections as a mark of protest.