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Commuters may face problems as some auto and taxi unions in the city have decided to join 'Bharat Bandh' on December 8, called by farmer unions protesting against the recent farm laws.
However, many other unions have decided to continue service despite their support to the demand raised by the farmers.
Delhi Taxi Tourist Transporters Association President, Sanjay Samrat, said in a statement that several unions, including Delhi State Taxi Cooperative Society, and Kaumi Ekta Welfare Association would join the strike.
"Representatives of various bus and taxi associations on Sunday visited the protesters at Singhu border to extend their support to them," Samrat said.
Chandu Chaurasia, Vice President of Capital Driver Welfare Association, said the demands of farmers need to be met by the government but, should not come at the cost of inconvenience to ordinary people. (PTI)