The Maharashtra government has allocated Rs 108 crore to provide relief to 2.2 lakh autorickshaw drivers

The Maharashtra government has allocated Rs 108 crore to provide relief to 2.2 lakh autorickshaw drivers

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Mumbai, May 9: In Maharashtra, Rs 100 crore has been allocated to assist 7.20 lakh autorickshaw drivers during the lockdown caused by the corona virus.

On Sunday, an official said the government had issued a notification in this regard in May. Read more: Delhi gets 499 metric tons of oxygen, court orders 700 metric tons: Raghav Chada

The official said drivers would have to distribute licenses, badges, cars and Aadhaar cards for the relief package, after which the amount would be transferred directly to their bank accounts.

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