Thursday, March 15, 2012

KWBOA puts semi deluxe buses on service

Kandam Welfare Association Bus Owners Association (KWBOA) today put on service seven newly purchased buses in the presence of Minister for Transport, Qamar Ali Akhoon, in a function jointly organised by Tata Motors India Ltd in collaboration with Fair Deal Motors here.

The new 32 seater semi-deluxe buses will replace the condemned 52 seater old buses from the roads in compliance to the court orders.

Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said the new buses will ensure safe and comfortable journey to the commuters on the routes where they would ply.

Akhoon also assured every possible help to the association in its endeavours to introduce new buses to replace old ones in the issuance of road permits.

He added that Government was keen to make the journey safe. The Minister also advised the association to engage experienced and well trained drivers for plying these buses to avoid accidents and early wear and tear of the vehicles.

Transport Commissioner, Mehraj Ahmed Kakroo, Joint Transport Commissioner, Sheikh Fyaz, Vinod Dogra, Territory Sales Manager, Tata Motors Limited, Mandal, Area Manager, Saleem Bakshi and Bhagwan Dass were also present.

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