Roadways Facing Shortage Of Drivers

Jhansi. There is a huge shortage of drivers in the transport department of the division. At present there are less than 150 drivers. Due to this, the roadways are facing a lot of trouble in operating the bus. There has been a demand from the government to remove the shortage of drivers. Temporary arrangements are being made by appointing them on contract.
The lack of drivers in Jhansi region is affecting the operation of roadways buses. There is no permanent appointment yet, while a proposal has been sent to the government for the recruitment of drivers. Buses are being operated by appointing them on contract till the order is not received.
RM, Jhansi Zone Sandeep Aggarwal said that a letter has been sent to the government for permanent appointment of drivers in roadways. At present, buses are being operated by appointing contract drivers. For temporary recruitment, every Tuesday and Friday, candidates are reaching Jhansi depot at Hansari Roadways. So that buses can be operated by recruiting. Government order for permanent appointment is awaited. In one and a half months, 50 contractual drivers have been recruited.

Jhansi. There is a huge shortage of drivers in the transport department of the division. At present there are less than 150 drivers. Due to this, the roadways are facing a lot of trouble in operating the bus. There has been a demand from the government to remove the shortage of drivers. Temporary arrangements are being made by appointing them on contract.

The lack of drivers in Jhansi region is affecting the operation of roadways buses. There is no permanent appointment yet, while a proposal has been sent to the government for the recruitment of drivers. Buses are being operated by appointing them on contract till the order is not received.

RM, Jhansi Zone Sandeep Aggarwal said that a letter has been sent to the government for permanent appointment of drivers in roadways. At present, buses are being operated by appointing contract drivers. For temporary recruitment, every Tuesday and Friday, candidates are reaching Jhansi depot at Hansari Roadways. So that buses can be operated by recruiting. Government order for permanent appointment is awaited. In one and a half months, 50 contractual drivers have been recruited.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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