The staff of a on-line meals supply app have determined to carry a protest close to Gurdwara Amb Sahib over their long-pending calls for together with hike in each day allowance that embrace expenditure on gasoline and to be lined below unintentional insurance coverage.
The supply individuals have been on strike for the previous 4 days.
Jaspreet Singh, who is among the leaders within the protest, instructed The Indian Express that they’ve been on strike since February 18 and will probably be holding a protest at Amb Sahib Gurdwara.
“We have some demands which our company is not addressing. In view of this, we will hold a protest on Tuesday, in which the delivery persons from Chandigarh and Panchkula will raise their demands,” Jaspreet Singh added.
He additional stated that the supply individuals get Rs 5 per kilo meter for expenditure on gasoline, nevertheless, assembly the bills with the identical allowance within the face of rising gasoline costs have made their operations financially unviable and troublesome.
Most of the protesting meals supply individuals work for on-line meals supply app Zomato.
Jaspreet Singh additional stated that they must work 16 hours on the highway, however they aren’t offered any accident or medical health insurance, which can be one in every of their demand.
Tarlok Singh, one other protesting supply individual, stated that they didn’t have a union to characterize the meals supply individuals, however quickly they’ll get it registered within the Tricity to struggle in opposition to the exploitation.
The determination to carry the protest on Tuesday was taken after a gathering held late Monday night.