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Many city bus conductors not issuing tickets; complaints pour in at phone-in

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Oct 06, 2018: The Phone-in programme conducted on October 5, Friday by City Police Commissioner T R Suresh along with DCP (Crime andTraffic) Uma Prashanth received a host of complaints from the members of the public regarding city bus services.

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 A  person from Kankanady complained that conductors of buses plying on the Akash Bhavan route were not issuing tickets. Responding to the grievance, the Commissioner assured  to look into the problem.

A similar complaint was made by another caller who said conductor of buses on Suratkal route too were not issuing tickets and that they  behaved in a high-handed manner when questioned.

A caller from Kavoor said a couple of buses which remain parked on the roadside  in between Kavoor and Kulur created problems.

A person from Kudroli complained that crossing the road has become a tedious task near Kudroli shrine with a number of vehicles parked on either sides.

During the phone-in,  Vijay Kanchan,  Head Constable of Moodbidri Police Station and  a personnel of Mangaluru North Anti-Rowdy Squad was felicitated by Commissioner T R Suresh and DCP Uma Prashanth for winning second  spot in 105 kg category  at the Asian bench press championship held in UAE last month.