Fish Transport Vehicles to go on Strike as There is No facility to Dispose Waste Water: What Do You Think?

Fish Transport Vehicles to go on Strike as There is No facility to Dispose Waste Water: What Do You Think?

December 5: The owners and drivers of fish transporting lorries will stage a 24-hour strike from December 11 midnight to December 12 midnight demanding a designated space for the disposal of waste water collected in tanks of fish transporting vehicles.
Motor Transport and Engineering Workers’ Union General Secretary Vasanth Achary said that fish transporting vehicles in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Uttara Kannada districts will take part in the strike.
He stated that earlier spilling of waste water while on the road caused inconvenience to motorists and pedestrians. After the police directed the vehicle owners to fit the lorries with waste water collection tanks, all the lorries are fitted with 400-ml capacity tanks. Unfortunately, when the tank starts overflowing during long distance travel, there is no facility to scientifically dispose the waste water collected in the tanks of the lorries.
As a part of the strike, lorry owners will take out a procession from the Mini Vidhana Soudha in Mangaluru to the deputy commissioner’s office at 11 am on December 12. A memorandum will be submitted to the state government to identify a designated space for disposal of waste water collected in the lorry tanks.

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