TEHRAN, Iran — A semi-official Iranian news organization is detailing that truck drivers in four territories in the nation are on strike over low wages.
The semi-official ILNA news office investigated Wednesday that the strike is occurring in Qazvin, Lorestan, East Azerbaijan and Mazandaran area.
ILNA says the strike started on Tuesday over drivers grumbling that their wages are insufficient to cover their costs. It wasn’t obvious from the report what number of drivers are partaking in the strike or to what extent it should last.
As indicated by ILNA, the drivers likewise say their costs have expanded since a year ago, including for tires and air channels.
The challenge comes as Iran has seen President Donald Trump haul out of the atomic arrangement amongst Tehran and world forces, putting new strains on the Mideast nation’s economy.