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DC warns of banning old private buses

Published On : 22 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: KG Jagadeesh the deputy commissioner (DC) of Dakshina Kannada district said that district administration might think of banning the old private buses which enter the city if they continue to operate with the old fleet without citizen friendly facilities.

Addressing as the president of the Regional Transport Authority (RTA), he said "I have received many complaints from the citizen about the service of private buses. Many of the buses are old and have the high steps to climb due to which the senior citizens and the disabled are not able to board the buses, If such buses still continue to operate, then they have to banned,"

"Both KSRTC and the private operators must not keep profit as the only aim. Both must show interest to operate the buses even in the outskirts of the city like they do in the city and serving people must be their motto. There might be bad staff in KSRTC and JNURM city buses as well. But being the government organisations, has the utmost responsibility of giving the best service", he said.

 







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