Fewer passengers financiers demanding money add to woes of auto drivers in city
| Thursday | 16th July, 2020
Most of these drivers are finding it hard to survive, say auto union leaders.
With the lockdown, a large number of auto drivers who drove rented vehicles left for their home states, they say.
What worsens the situation for auto drivers is that they have taken loans and financiers are putting pressure on them for payment," he says.
Many auto drivers complain that they are being forced by private financiers to pay the instalments of loans threatening to confiscate their vehicles.
Anuj Rathor, secretary, Rashtriya Rajdhani Kshetra Auto Drivers Union notes that the condition of thosedriving rented vehicles is particularly grave.