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Taxi drivers’ strike in Kohima withdrawn

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 2/15/2019 12:22:57 PM IST

Following a scuffle between section of the Kohima taxi drivers and some private party on February 14 evening, Kohima town taxi drivers stayed off the road from February 14 evening till February 15 as a mark of protest. 

Sources said some taxis drivers parked at Tinpati and High School junction area were beaten up by unidentified persons on February 14 evening after which the taxi drivers imposed a lightning strike to protest the assault. 

When this Correspondent contacted All Nagaland Taxi Association, its president Viba Solo clarified that the partial bandh observed in Kohima town by local taxi drivers was withdrawn as the matter was resolved. Solo stated that no such bandhs can be allowed or entertained and warned any individual/s or driver/s of doing the same would be treated as perpetrators. He expressed regret over the inconvenience caused to the public during the period.

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