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Delhi: Delhi government buses did not start even after flyover opened in Singhu border area, passengers are getting worried

Flyover leading to Singhu border.

Flyover leading to Singhu border.

The National Highways Authority of India has opened the flyover for vehicular traffic in the Singhu border area between Delhi’s Mukarba Chowk to Sonipat road about a month ago. The Delhi Government’s Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and DIMTS company, which operates cluster buses, is also aware of this, but even after this, DTC and DIMTS company have not yet operated the government buses going from Narela to Vayan Singhu border towards Azadpur. Due to which a large number of passengers are facing problems.

The DTC administration said about a month ago that the concerned department would conduct a survey soon, but even after a month, DTC buses have not been run from here. At the same time, the officials of Dimts Company have also visited here, but till now the scheduled route buses plying from Narela Bus Terminal are not plying from here, due to which a large number of passengers are facing problems every day. Let us tell you that due to the construction work of the flyover on the Singhu border for almost a year, the movement of buses was stopped from here.

Daily bus passengers told that the ticket for ordinary buses from here to Azadpur is 15 rupees and in AC buses it is 25 rupees, while private drivers coming from here to Jahangirpuri Metro are charging 30 to 50 rupees per ride. . Due to non-operation of government buses, the pockets of the passengers are getting loose, while on the other hand, such private vehicle drivers are charging arbitrary fares.

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