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Delegation of auto-taxi unions meet Spl CP Traffic


New Delhi: A delegation of auto-taxi unions today met the Special Commissioner Traffic of Delhi Police and urged him for stands where they could pick up passengers outside colonies, Metro stations, main markets and other such places.

The delegation met Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic), Sandip Goyal, and urged him to help solve the problems regarding prepaid receipts system, use of private vehicles as taxis and welfare of taxi and auto drivers, said Rajender Soni, general secretary of Delhi Auto, Taxi Union.

Delhi BJP executive committee member who was present in the meeting said that the halt and go stands will benefit the auto and taxi drivers besides helping the people.

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