SRTC fleet getting more buses
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Feb 2: Government is committed to provide better facilities of transport and supply of foodgrains to the people of J&K. Various steps have been initiated in this regard.
This, according to an official statement, was stated by Minister for Transport and CA&PD, Qamar Ali Akhoon while interacting with a deputation of J&K Freedom Fighters Association, Jammu led by its General Secretary, M. R. Bargotra, who called on him today.
The Minister said that recently new 34 buses have been pressed into service for the convenience of people and minimize the road accidents in the hilly areas of Ramban, Kishtwar and Doda districts. Besides, 150 new buses are being added to the fleet of SRTC at Kashmir and Jammu for covering more and more areas. Likewise, various progressive measures have been initiated in streamlining the CA&PD department to provide quality and scaled ration to the consumers.
The deputationists appreciated the efforts being made by the Minister in brining transparency in public distribution system.
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