Passengers walking in the scorching sun for buses – Passengers walking in the scorching sun for buses

Passengers forced to drive to destination after street buses were lowered on streets in Ambedkar Nagar.
– Photo: AMBEDKAR NAGAR

Ambedkar Nagar Passengers had to wander back and forth to reach the destination on Sunday as buses moved around during the lockdown elections. After waiting hours in the scorching sun, he was able to get a vehicle. This caused resentment among the passengers. He said that due to the interests of the passengers, reasonable provision should be made for the responsibilities.
In the districts where elections are due to take place on April 26, 26 buses from Akbarpur bus station left the police with police officers on the same day. In such a situation, there were only 26 buses left at the Akbarpur bus station. In the meantime, fewer buses landed on the street on Sunday as the corona was closed. As a result, the passengers had to bear the brunt of it. He had difficulty getting there.
In the morning, passengers reached Akbarpur bus station to reach the destination, but after waiting for hours they were able to get the bus. Ramprasad and Girijashankar from Bewana, who met at Akbarpur bus station to go to Azamgarh, expressed displeasure that they waited about two hours for the bus but not a single bus had yet arrived. Nobody is going to tell anything at the investigation center. In such a situation they are forced to bother each other here and there in the scorching heat.
Rammillan from Shehzadpur, who met the family at the bus station to go to Mau, said there is already a shortage of buses, with 26 buses left out of the poll. The buses that are now available do not end up on the street due to the closure. Responsibilities are taken in this regard, then it is said that the bus only leaves when there is a sufficient number of passengers.
It took about an hour and a half, but so far the bus has not been available. He expressed his displeasure and said that given the concern of the passengers, concrete steps should be taken by the responsibilities. On the other hand, ARM Satyanarayan said the buses are fewer but every necessary step is being taken to ensure that passengers do not have any trouble.

Ambedkar Nagar Passengers had to wander back and forth to reach the destination on Sunday as buses moved around during the lockdown elections. After waiting hours in the scorching sun, he was able to get a vehicle. This caused resentment among the passengers. He said that due to the interests of the passengers, reasonable provision should be made for the responsibilities.

In the districts where elections are due to take place on April 26, 26 buses from Akbarpur bus station left the police with police officers on the same day. In such a situation, there were only 26 buses left at the Akbarpur bus station. In the meantime, fewer buses landed on the street on Sunday as the corona was closed. As a result, the passengers had to bear the brunt of it. He had difficulty getting there.

In the morning, passengers reached Akbarpur bus station to reach the destination, but after waiting for hours they were able to get the bus. Ramprasad and Girijashankar from Bewana, who met at Akbarpur bus station to go to Azamgarh, expressed displeasure that they waited about two hours for the bus but not a single bus had yet arrived. Nobody is going to tell anything at the investigation center. In such a situation they are forced to bother each other here and there in the scorching heat.

Rammillan from Shehzadpur, who met the family at the bus station to go to Mau, said there is already a shortage of buses, with 26 buses left out of the poll. The buses that are now available do not end up on the street due to the closure. Responsibilities are taken in this regard, then it is said that the bus only leaves when there is a sufficient number of passengers.

It took about an hour and a half, but so far the bus has not been available. He expressed his displeasure and said that given the concern of the passengers, concrete steps should be taken by the responsibilities. On the other hand, ARM Satyanarayan said the buses are fewer but every necessary step is being taken to ensure that passengers do not have any trouble.

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