Transporters Reject Govt Order On Syndication 


March 13, 2011, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol. : 04 No .-17 Feb.25-2011 (Falgun 13,2067)

The transporters have refused to obey government instructions to do away with the syndicate system they practice. In response to the circular by the Home Ministry in this regard, the president of transporters’ association, Dinesh Bhandari said, “You can just throw away that circular.” Addressing a convention of tempo transport entrepreneurs in Hetauda, Bhandari warned that transporters would agitate against any move to end syndicate system. “We must rise against conspiracies to bring down transporters in the name of ending syndicate system,” he said. The government had vowed to end syndicate system in transport after consumer rights activists complained that the system was encouraging monopolies and malpractices leading to high cost of transport.



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