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Taxi Drivers Reminded To Be Honest This Diwali

The Labasa Market taxi drivers were reminded to carry out honest business during their Diwali celebrations at the Labasa Taxi Stand yesterday. About 20 taxi drivers from the overall 134
11 Nov 2015 10:14
Taxi Drivers Reminded To Be Honest This Diwali
Labasa taxi drivers in Labasa yesterday.

The Labasa Market taxi drivers were reminded to carry out honest business during their Diwali celebrations at the Labasa Taxi Stand yesterday.
About 20 taxi drivers from the overall 134 taxi drivers took time off from their busy schedule with their ‘kalavata’ attire to celebrate Diwali with their colleagues.
Labasa Taxi Association secretary Sujit Kumarsharma said celebrating Diwali with their workmates gave them an opportunity to renew their work relationship and corporate responsibility in contributing positively to the community.
“Diwali is the Festival of Lights and it is a major festival celebrated annually with prayers but it is also an opportunity for us to forget about the past and move forward,” he said.
“Drivers are reminded of carrying out honest business, saying no to evil and to support everything that is good.
“We also celebrate the return of Lord Rama and Sita and pray to gods and goddesses for luck in the coming year.
“I am proud to be celebrating this event with fellow taxi drivers and I commend their contribution and effort in decorating the taxi stand and bringing sweets for everyone to share.
He wished everyone a happy and prosperous Diwali.

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