The crisis regarding petrol and diesel may deepen again in Punjab. According to the news received, the meeting of the Truck Union with the Punjab Government remained inconclusive. It is noteworthy that a meeting was held with the Cabinet Sub Committee of the Truck Union in which nothing was achieved. During this time, the truck union has also warned of intensifying the struggle. The union also said that if this continues, the supply from all three oil depots will be stopped. Oil tanker drivers will again go on strike in Bathinda.
The union said that oil will not be supplied from oil depots in Bathinda. With this, the protests will continue in Punjab. The union said that drivers and operators will not create ruckus in the meeting. But yesterday some of their operators were sitting on a dharna in Bathinda on which the police lathicharged. He said that at first he refused to go to the union meeting but they forced him into a police vehicle and took him to the meeting.
During this, he said what the Punjab government is doing regarding the black law implemented by the Central Government. On this, the Punjab Government said that there is a meeting with the Central Government on 31st. The union said that no driver causes an accident intentionally. He said that he will continue to get this black law stopped.