‘ARTO Islamabad remains closed frequently’
Srinagar: The inhabitants of Islamabad (Anantnag) have complained that the Assistant Regional Transport Office remains frequently closed causing huge inconvenience to the people.
A delegation told Greater Kashmir that the government had posted Assistant Regional Transport Officer with Amarnath Yatra. “Due to his absence the office remains closed more often,” the locals said.
They also alleged that transport commissioner office had sent licensing data of Pulwama and Islamabad (Anantnag) to Jammu for data entry. “We fail to understand as to why the data was sent to Jammu when same can be done here. The officials can’t re-verify licenses due to absence of this data,” they added.
ARTO Islamabad (Anantnag), Shabir Ahmad said rebuffed the claims saying, “The office remains open for public.”
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