NEW DELHI, April 23 (Reuters) - Indian truckers said on Wednesday they had called off a nine-day strike that paralysed freight movement nationwide following talks with the government. "The strike has been ended across the country," said Gopal Naidu, a member of the negotiating team of the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), the country's biggest truck union with 2.7 million vehicles in its fold. Naidu would not give any details about the settlement with the government. The ...
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