Delhi-NCR vehicle strike: How it upsets daily travelers.

A few days after New Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the revised Motor Vehicle Act has improved the traffic situation in the city, passers on a daily basis are more likely to experience traveling in and out of Delhi-NCR. On thursday

The United Front of Transport Association (UFTA) has called for transportation protests in the Delhi-NCR region to oppose tougher penalties for road traffic violations under the modified MV Act.

UFTA represents a collection of 41 associations and unions of goods and passenger groups, including trucks, buses, cars, tempos, maxi-cabs and taxis.

While the Transport Association is out on strike today, public travel will be very popular. The report shows that more than two hundred thousand personal vehicles, including automatic rickshaw and group buses, tend to leave roads in the Delhi-NCR region.

Those who travel by private taxi through the existing taxi rental application have long been facing difficulties and most have to pay more because of the increased expenses during the period. High demand

In most areas of the city, people are facing a huge problem finding a taxi.

Those who travel every day via auto rickshaws for shorter trips will find themselves standing at an empty auto stand.

Passengers will have to go an extra mile to find an auto rickshaw. A lot of people in different parts of the city are welcomed to the empty streets and stand during rush hours on Thursday due to transportation strikes.

This problem is said to have to stay up until late.