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48 hours Diesel Auto Strike

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Imphal streets free from diesel Auto and Tata Magic vehicles as the passenger service begins 48 hour cease work strike; Traffic looks good but day today vendor ladies off their business; University Colleges affected.

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Imphal, May 14,

Demanding revocation of the state government decision to ban entry of 9 tone diesel vehicles particularly the passenger Diesel and Tata Magic from entering in Imphal city, the mini transporters body had begun 48 hours cease work strike since midnight yesterday.
Roads in Imphal city particularly in the Khwairamband Keithel area looks clean and tidy with less sound of Diesel Auto but common people who live on hand to mouth by selling small quantity of vegetable too lose their one day earning as they have no alternative means to reach the Khwairambandh Keithel for selling their goods.
Some License holder vendors who have no problem in transportation were seen however, sales was comparatively low as the diesel auto and the tat Magic passenger service vehicles were the only means for common men who could not owned costly vehicles.
The Main market or agency in Paona keithel and Thangal Keithel have no impact as their customers use to be one who owns cars or at least a two wheeler vehicles. But the vegetable seller were mostly hurt due to the cease work by the diesel auto service .
Meanwhile, attendance of Manipur University was also comparatively low at Manipur University Canchipur. Report said that almost 80 percent of the students could not attend their classes as their mode of transport depends on the small medium vehicles. There are some buses for the university but these buses plied on only some specific route. Hostelers and those staying nears the University at rented house, however attended their classes.
Similar is with the most of the colleges as well as the government Secondary schools. Students attendance record was very low when compare to other days. 

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