Corona hit: shortage of buses stops operating

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A sweet place to stay. Even today there is still a lack of basic services in the local area of ​​tehsil, 35 km north of the district administration. The situation is that road buses do not run from the local city to the district headquarters. Due to the non-operation of street buses, the villagers have difficulty getting to the headquarters. According to local residents, a bus drove from the local town’s road depot to Ballia five months ago after going to the district administration. From there she came back to the district headquarters and stopped in Madhuban. However, due to a lack of buses in the second Corona wave, bus operations were discontinued.
For the past three years, this bus has been going to the district headquarters, which has made it easier for residents of the area to move around. However, due to the non-operation of the bus, people in the area have to travel with heavy vehicles. To date, no arrangements have been made for complete facilities at the Madhuban Roadways Depot, which borders the Ballia and Deoria districts.
There is neither a seat for the passengers on the roadway area, nor has a roadway staff been ordered. The people who stay here overnight are provided for by God. The condition is that to this day not even a single street bus runs with the district headquarters. Inhabitants of the city of Dr. Nasir Ali, Dr. Kailash Maurya, Islam Pakija, Sanjay Madheshia, Anil Madheshia, Ishwarchand, Sanjeev Verma, etc. said that the Madhuban Roadways depot is lacking facilities due to the neglect of public officials and the bureaucracy of those involved. Madhuban’s Satya Prakash Yadav said it was very difficult for lawyers and litigants to get to the district headquarters. The district administration should take appropriate steps to resolve the problems faced by those coming to headquarters. Anupama Pandey, from Kherikotha, said that due to the unavailability of bus facilities up to the district headquarters, there are many problems to face. The male part rides on bicycles etc. While women face all difficulties.
Tamtha’s Krishna Pandey said there was a lack of government funding to reach the district headquarters. People are forced to travel expensive and risky by private means. The women segment faces the greatest difficulties in private vehicles. On the other hand, Manparwa Shivam Singh said that the lack of bus routes from Tehsil to the district headquarters meant that people should have problems. The district administration should take immediate action to address the residents’ problems.

A sweet place to stay. Even today there is still a lack of basic services in the local area of ​​tehsil, 35 km north of the district administration. The situation is that road buses do not run from the local city to the district headquarters. Due to the non-operation of street buses, the villagers have difficulty getting to the headquarters. According to local residents, a bus drove from the local town’s road depot to Ballia five months ago after going to the district administration. From there she came back to the district headquarters and stopped in Madhuban. However, due to a lack of buses in the second Corona wave, bus operations were discontinued.

For the past three years, this bus has been going to the district headquarters, which has made it easier for residents of the area to move around. However, due to the non-operation of the bus, people in the area have to travel with heavy vehicles. To date, no arrangements have been made for complete facilities at the Madhuban Roadways Depot, which borders the Ballia and Deoria districts.

There is neither a seat for the passengers on the roadway area, nor has a roadway staff been ordered. The people who stay here overnight are provided for by God. The condition is that to this day not even a single street bus runs with the district headquarters. Inhabitants of the city of Dr. Nasir Ali, Dr. Kailash Maurya, Islam Pakija, Sanjay Madheshia, Anil Madheshia, Ishwarchand, Sanjeev Verma, etc. said that the Madhuban Roadways depot is lacking facilities due to the neglect of public officials and the bureaucracy of those involved. Madhuban’s Satya Prakash Yadav said it was very difficult for lawyers and litigants to get to the district headquarters. The district administration should take appropriate steps to resolve the problems faced by those coming to headquarters. Anupama Pandey, from Kherikotha, said that due to the unavailability of bus facilities up to the district headquarters, there are many problems to face. The male part rides on bicycles etc. While women face all difficulties.

Tamtha’s Krishna Pandey said there was a lack of government funding to reach the district headquarters. People are forced to travel expensive and risky by private means. The women segment faces the greatest difficulties in private vehicles. On the other hand, Manparwa Shivam Singh said that the lack of bus routes from Tehsil to the district headquarters meant that people should have problems. The district administration should take immediate action to address the residents’ problems.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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