Autos, cabs may be off road for two days
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With autorickshaw and taxi unions likely to join a a nationwide strike called on Wednesday and Thursday, the Delhi government on Monday said it was making arrangements to ensure there is no disruption in movement of vehicles on city roads. It said it will ensure different modes of public transport are adequately provided. "We appeal to the public that they consider sharing private vehicles by way of car pools,'' a Transport official said.
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