Auto drivers demand their inclusion in School Vehicles Safety Committee

Auto drivers demand their inclusion in School Vehicles Safety Committee

August 19, 2019

Mysuru: Samyukta Karnataka Autorickshaw Owners and Drivers Welfare Association had organised a meeting of owners and drivers of autorickshaws and Light Motor Vehicles (LMV) yesterday at People’s Park in Nazarbad here.

The participants sought inclusion of drivers while constituting the School Vehicles Safety Committee and also sought renewing the Fitness Certificate (FC) for vehicles which have completed 15 years. They decided to stage a State-level stir demanding renewal of FC if the authorities concerned do not concede to their demand.

They appealed MCC and MUDA to establish more auto stands to facilitate the public. 

They also suggested the Traffic Police to award prizes to good drivers and organise motivational programmes for the drivers.

Association President M.V. Srinivas Mithra, Working President M.H. Kiran and others attended the meeting.


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