The Truck Drivers’ Association of India has stopped exporting goods to the Hili land port in Dinajpur on the pretext of weight discrepancy. Indian truck drivers have stopped bringing trucks carrying goods, alleging that trucks from India do not match the weight of goods on the Healy port scale.
The Truck Drivers’ Association of India
Harun Ur Rashid Harun, president of the Healy Land Port Import-Export Group, confirmed the matter at noon on Sunday (December 5).
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He said that the weight of goods trucks coming from India can be seen on the scale of Healy port, the weight of this country is decreasing with the weight of that country. They complained about this a few days ago. In this way, some cargo trucks of India are weighed for testing on a scale outside the port. They are also found to be underweight. For this reason, the Indian Truck Drivers’ Association has stopped bringing cargo trucks to Healy port.
“If this is not addressed properly, we will take legal action,” he said.
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Jamil Hossain Chalant, general secretary of the Healy C&F Agents Association, said the Indo-Healy C&F Agents Association had not given us a written letter on why it had stopped importing goods from India. However, the concerned authorities including the Truck Drivers Association of India have sat in the discussion. We still do not know why they stopped importing.