Day-3 of lorry strike hits supply of commodities

Day-3 of lorry strike hits supply of commodities

April 1, 2017

With the indefinite strike called by lorry owners entering third day today, the supply of commodities to city has been hit and the gravity of the situation could be sensed gradually.

District Lorry Owners Association President Kodandaram, speaking to Star of Mysore, said that the strike did not cover transportation of milk, medicines, water and petroleum products not to exclude vegetables too.


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