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Transporters' body wants Delhi govt to lift ban on commercial vehicles – ETAuto

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​​ The All India Motor Transport Congress alleged that the Delhi government has since 2015 charged over Rs 1,350 crore as ‘green tax’ from trucks entering Delhi, but only spent less than one-fourth of it to reduce pollution in the capital.
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According to ETAuto sources, the raid began at the company’s Corporate office in Gurgaon around 3:00 PM and continued till the story is filed. The latest development comes in light of heightened scrutiny by law-enforcement agencies on companies operating in India which have links with neighboring country, China.
According to ETAuto sources, the raid began at the company’s Corporate office in Gurgaon around 3:00 PM and continued till the story is filed. The latest development comes in light of heightened scrutiny by law-enforcement agencies on companies operating in India which have links with neighboring country, China.
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