Saturday, 6 June 2020

Clash Between Taxi Drivers Who Want To Work And Those Not

During Tuesday’s protest by the “official” or “red” taxi drivers, a clash broke out between those drivers protesting against Uber in the country and those who just wanted to work their day.

 

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