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Bus crew must respond to grievances of passengers : Police Commissioner

Bus crew must respond to grievances of passengers : Police Commissioner

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Mar 01, 2018:  City Police Commissioner  T R Suresh has urged bus operators to ensure  that the bus crew behaved courteously with passengers. He also urged them to oversee their  buses by themselves instead of  handing over the responsibility to others.


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Speaking  after inaugurating a two-day training camp for city bus drivers and conductors under the aegis of the DK District Bus Operators’ Association on February 28, Wednesday  he even pointed out the number of  complaints  received against city bus operators and owners at the phone-in programme. He also urged bus operators  and crew to strictly follow the suggestions given at the training camp.

 G S Hegde, Deputy Commissioner of Regional Transport Department  said the bus drivers  are not supposed to drive at a speed of above 30 km per hour and said adherence to this rule can prevent accidents. Ever year  around 150 to 160 people die in accidents in the city limits, he said adding  such mishaps can be averted if drivers are alert.

Azeez Parthippady, President of Bus Operators Association,  Suchethan G Kavoor,General Secretary,  B P Diwaker, Vice President,  Ramachandra Pilar, Joint Secretary, Uma Prashanth, DCP, Manjunath Shetty ACP, M R Keshav Dharani, retired transport officer, Brahmakumari Vishweshwari of Eshwariya Vishwavidyalaya,  AK Jayarama Shekha, Vice President of State Bus Operators Association and others were present .

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