Auto, taxi, cab drivers' associations after having a one-day strike against the increased fuel prices, called it off on April 19. However, they "warned" the centre that if their demands weren't met in the next 20-25 days, they would cut the food supply of Delhi, which includes trucks, vans and those that transport the essentials into Delhi. The protestors. They also demanded for a subsidised fuel prices for the drivers.
Auto drivers in Delhi have said that they are facing hardship, and their daily living is getting affected, due to curfew during night hours, in view of rising cases. Bharat Prasad, an auto driver has said that they are not getting enough passengers, because of night curfew, due to which their daily income gets affected. The government imposed a night curfew in Delhi, which was effective from December 27, 2021.
Courtesy: The Times Of India