Residents appeal Transport Commisioner
WE the inhabitants of Wanbal want to bring into the notice of Transport Commissioner that we are facing acute shortage of public transport service. The Tata mini buses are plying but at a low frequency.
A year back Sumo service was made available, which gave relief to the inhabitants at that time for some days. But due to the interference of the local transporters they were asked not to ply on Lal Chowk Rangreth route.
Another solution to the problem is that Rawalpora and Rangret bus service is merged as that will give people a sigh of relief. In this situation the bus stop is to be shifted to Rangreth. And this is the most suitable option. Otherwise Sumo service be started forthwith as we are not able to reach office in time and the students reach school late. The transporters be dealt with strictly as they are mainly responsible for this mess. We request Transport Commissioner to kindly intervene into the matter and relieve the inhabitants at an earliest.
Inhabitants of Wanbal Rawalpora
(The ideas expressed are author’s own)
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