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TN lorry association backs strike

Our Correspondent

Madurai , Aug. 26

TRUCK owners in the southern districts hve joined the strike, urging the Centre to withdraw the service tax on goods booking agencies.

According to the President of the Madurai Lorry Owners Association, Mr C. Sathiah, the Association decided to support the nationwide strike. Already 500 inter-state lorries have gone off the road and a thousand more would be on strike until the lorry owners who also acted as booking agents get service tax exemption.

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