Truck freight charges hiked by 15% across India: AIMTC

 
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New Delhi, Sept 14: The All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) said on Friday that it has increased freight charges across the country by 15 per cent following the hike in diesel prices. "We have decided to pass on the burden of increase in diesel price hike to customers. The freight charges will be increased with immediate effect by 15 per cent across India," AIMTC spokesperson GP Singh told PTI.

The apex body of truckers across the country, AIMTC claims to have around 80 lakh trucks under its aegis. Yesterday, the government hiked diesel prices by a steep Rs 5.62 a litre. This was the biggest-ever hike in diesel prices excluding VAT or local sales tax following which the fuel is sold at Rs 46.95 per litre in the national capital as against Rs 41.32 a litre earlier. Diesel prices were last hiked by Rs 3.37 per litre in June 2011.

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