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Freight service closed after price hike


BIRGUNJ:- Retailers in Birgunj, Parsa have shut down all goods transportation services after the rise in prices of petroleum products. The goods carrier service has been shut as the price hike in petroleum products has directly affected the transporters, the Transport Entrepreneurs Association, Birgunj said.
All types of goods carrier transportation services have been suspended for the time being due to failure of increasing the freight rates despite the sharp rise in prices of petroleum products, Vice-president of the association Pravin Kumar Karna said. At least 40 to 60 truckloads of retail goods used to be transported to different cities from Birgunj every day.
Pesident of the association Bal Krishna Pokharel said that 46 retailers affiliated to the association have demanded adjustment in the transportation fare as per the increased cost of petroleum products. Entrepreneurs have demanded timely increase in the freight service charge along with the increase in price of petroleum products.

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