The auto union has taken up this issue and has blamed the CNG stations for causing delays and overcharging them.
“When there are long queues at CNG filling stations, the drivers are forced to pay at least Rs 10 more than the actual price by the staff on duty at these stations, said Shashank Rao, assistant general secretary, Mumbai Auto Rickshawmen’s Union. The cost of every kilogram of CNG is Rs 38.95.
“We have displayed a notice board outside every outlet asking rickshaw drivers not to pay a single penny more than the amount. Dealers have also been informed to take action against their staff if they receive any complaints regarding this,” said a spokesperson from Mahanagar Gas Limited.
The auto union has threatened to stage a statewide protest from November 28 if the state government does not sort out their issues.