Amritsar (Punjab)/Siliguri (WB)/Shimla (HP)/ Visakhapatnam (AP), Jul 27 (ANI): The ongoing truckers’ strike entered its eighth day on Friday and continued to disrupt the supply of essential commodities. The traders of vegetable, fruits and fish markets are not able to supply their orders in various states of northeast, adjacent areas in Bihar and Sikkim. The truckers’ strike in north Indian state Himachal Pradesh has hit the apple business. The apple markets in various areas of Shimla district remained closed as the truckers refused to load apples to markets to other parts of the country. The transport unions led by All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) have been protesting against the constant increase in fuel prices, toll expenses, Goods and Service Tax (GST) compliance issues and practical problems with e-way bills.
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