Gwalior Transport News: Gwalior, New Dunia Rep. In view of the corona infection, buses going from Madhya Pradesh to Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra will be banned till June 15. Neither tourist, nor procession, nor passenger bus will be able to come or go from these states. In view of the ban on buses, the bus operators have not picked up their surrendered permits.
Corona infection was spreading rapidly in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra. A large number of passengers used to come to the state through buses from these states. Bus service has been stopped due to the infection of other state does not come in the state. Buses have been closed since April. Now the infection rate has come down in the state, but the infection from the passengers coming through buses should not come again in the state. For this reason, on Monday, the Transport Department issued an order and extended the ban till June 15.
Buses started running in the districts but passengers are not getting: After the end of Corona curfew in the city, buses running on the route of the districts have started. Buses going to other districts including Guna, Ashoknagar, Bhind, Datia, Morena had started from June 1, but there are no passengers at the bus stands. Because of this the buses are running empty. The operators are also finding it difficult to meet the expenses. There are 350 permits surrendered at the Regional Transport Office. Operators have not taken permits to avoid tax losses. There is silence even at the bus stands. At the same time, there has been relief for the people due to the resumption of operation of the trains which were stopped during the Karena period. Most of the trains are now running on the track again.