"Accompanied by three party legislators, Kejriwal met Jung at Raj Niwas and said that a policy on e-rickshaws should be formulated. He also said these rickshaws are being allowed to ply in Ghaziabad under their own policy and each rickshaw is given a municipal registration number but not in Delhi."
New Delhi, June 16 - Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal Monday met Lt.Governor Najeeb Jung and requested him to hear the problems faced by the e-rickshaw operators in the national capital.

Kejriwal, also the Aam Aadmi Party chief, urged Jung that the state authorities should immediately stop issuing traffic tickets, impounding e-rickshaws or harassing e-rickshaw operators.

Accompanied by three party legislators, Kejriwal met Jung at Raj Niwas and said that a policy on e-rickshaws should be formulated. He also said these rickshaws are being allowed to ply in Ghaziabad under their own policy and each rickshaw is given a municipal registration number but not in Delhi.

Kejriwal wrote to union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and requested him not to slap fines on e-rickshaw drivers.


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