New Bus Stand in Kargil to function from November 5

Kargil, Oct 29: The LAHDC Kargil has decided to shift all buses, minibuses, taxis and other passenger vehicles, to the newly constructed Bus Stand at Rantakh near Iqbal Bridge, from November 5.
 The decision in this regard was taken during a high level meeting under the chairmanship of Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC Kargil Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan.
 The meeting was attended by Executive Councilor Haji Ghulam Amir Kamran and Syed Kazim Sabere, Deputy Commissioner Kargil M Raju, SSP Kargil Javed Iqbal Matoo, Assistant Regional Transport Officer Kargil Khadim Hussain and Executive Officer MCD Kargil Sajjad Munshi.
 The CEC directed the concerned officers to demark points for parking of different type of vehicles e.g. buses, minibuses etc. at the new bus stand up to November 5 so that there would be no problem in the future.
 It was also decided in the meeting that the current stands would be allotted to private contractors for parking purposes in the market.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 29 Oct 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 29 Oct 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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