Jam – The arrangement of roadways proved to be dwarf in front of the number of candidates

In a hurry to go home, the students running to sit in the moving bus. Dialogue
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Lakhimpur Kheri. Despite the DM’s order regarding the PET paper, the number of roadways buses was not increased on Tuesday. Due to which there was a fight among the passengers for sitting in the bus. After leaving the paper, the candidates reached the roadways bus stand to go home, but due to the lack of buses there, they had to struggle a lot to get the place.
More than 16 thousand candidates appeared in both the shifts of PET paper. DM Dr. Arvind Chaurasia had already warned the roadways administration about the crowd on Tuesday and directed the roadways administration to arrange buses, so that there is no inconvenience to the candidates who came to take the examination. . The roadways administration claimed the arrangement of buses. But, the situation looked worse on Tuesday. Buses fell short due to excessive crowd. In such a situation, when the buses arrived, there was a push to get a seat in it. Many times such a situation has arisen that when a bus arrived, people even got into a stampede to sit in it. In the absence of buses, passengers were forced to wait for the bus for hours.
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Bus damaged on the way, troubled candidates
To give the PET paper, at around 6 am on Tuesday morning, all the candidates left for Sitapur by bus UP 31 T 4587 of Lakhimpur depot. However, the bus broke down as it proceeded from the LRP intersection. This caught the breath of the candidates. The operator sent the troubled candidates to Sitapur by another bus. Only then came the life of the youth going to take the examination.
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In the morning, a bus going to Sitapur had broken down, whose operator had made the passengers sit in another bus. Adequate buses were arranged so that there is no inconvenience for the daily commuters to travel with the examinees.
Jogendra Singh, ARM, Lakhimpur Depot

Lakhimpur Kheri. Despite the DM’s order regarding the PET paper, the number of roadways buses was not increased on Tuesday. Due to which there was a fight among the passengers for sitting in the bus. After leaving the paper, the candidates reached the roadways bus stand to go home, but due to the lack of buses there, they had to struggle a lot to get the place.

More than 16 thousand candidates appeared in both the shifts of PET paper. DM Dr. Arvind Chaurasia had already warned the roadways administration about the crowd on Tuesday and directed the roadways administration to arrange buses, so that there is no inconvenience to the candidates who came to take the examination. . The roadways administration claimed the arrangement of buses. But, the situation looked worse on Tuesday. Buses fell short due to excessive crowd. In such a situation, when the buses arrived, there was a push to get a seat in it. Many times such a situation has arisen that when a bus arrived, people even got into a stampede to sit in it. In the absence of buses, passengers were forced to wait for the bus for hours.

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Bus damaged on the way, troubled candidates

To give the PET paper, at around 6 am on Tuesday morning, all the candidates left for Sitapur by bus UP 31 T 4587 of Lakhimpur depot. However, the bus broke down as it proceeded from the LRP intersection. This caught the breath of the candidates. The operator sent the troubled candidates to Sitapur by another bus. Only then came the life of the youth going to take the examination.

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In the morning, a bus going to Sitapur had broken down, whose operator had made the passengers sit in another bus. Adequate buses were arranged so that there is no inconvenience for the daily commuters to travel with the examinees.

Jogendra Singh, ARM, Lakhimpur Depot

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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