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Sidhi Bus Hadsa Update: Buses stop operating, protest against action in Khargone

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Sidhi Bus Hadsa Update: Buses stop operating, protest against action in Khargone

Highlights:

  • Checking of buses continues in MP after direct bus accident
  • 500 buses stopped in operation against checking in Khargone
  • Accusation of bus operators being harassed in the name of checking
  • Passengers were upset on Sunday due to bus strike

Khargone
After the direct bus accident, continuous buses are being checked in MP. The buses are being seized after finding deficiencies. Against this, bus honors in MP’s Khargone district have stopped operating buses. This brought the wheels of 500 buses to a standstill. The problems of ordinary passengers increased as the buses stopped operating. The administration has seized 26 buses after a direct accident in Khargone.

In fact, there was a huge commotion of passengers on Sunday after the closure of operations of around 500 buses plying in the surrounding areas including Khargone-Barwani. Many passengers sat for hours at the bus stand waiting for buses. Hundreds of passengers were not aware of the strike due to the sudden strike, due to which the family and people continued to get upset. Some private vehicles arrived at his home. Suddenly, many passengers expressed their displeasure with this decision.

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It is worth mentioning that after the horrific bus accident in Sidhi district of MP on Friday, Khargone RTO Barkha Gaur took action on 5 private buses including 17 vehicles and parked them in the traffic station, but the private passenger bus operators of Khargone have passed this action. . Officials and bus owners of the Bus Honors Association, agitated against taking action against the buses, reached the Collector office on Saturday.

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The bus operators submitted a memorandum to the Collector, SDM Khargone Satyendra Singh, regarding the functioning of the RTO. Along with this, there was a warning of a bus strike across the district from Sunday and stopped the operation of all buses on Sunday. RTO Barkha Gaur said that as per the instructions of the government, buses were checked and action taken. The charge of arbitrariness is false.

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At the same time, SDM Satyendra Singh said that Nimar Bus Honors Association has given a memorandum against some problems against RTO. He told the association that he would solve the problem by not going on strike.

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Passenger upset
Dhar resident Pradeep Joshi said that since Khargone was to go to Dhar, there was no notice of strike. Due to this Khargone has come and got trapped. No information was also received from the papers, so now we have to go by arranging a private vehicle. Bus Honors Ranjit Dandir said that we are saddened by the incident which happened in Sidhi, but due to this incident we are upset with the bus operator due to the RTO and their arbitrariness. Forcible buses are being seized. We have stopped operating all the buses.

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Source: navbharattimes.indiatimes.com

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