Rajasthan News Permits Of 19 Vehicles Got Suspended In Ajmer Know What Is The Reason ANN
Ajmer News: The Transport and Road Safety Department has suspended...
Ajmer News: The Transport and Road Safety Department has suspended the permits of 19 vehicles. Now these vehicles will not be able to ply on the route. In Ajmer, this action has stirred the drivers. It is believed that similar action will be taken against other vehicles as well.
complaints received from passengers
Regional Transport and Road Safety Officer Virendra Singh Rathod said that vehicles plying on different routes of Ajmer city are being checked. Complaints were received that these vehicles were not plying on the entire route stipulated. There were also many complaints of misbehavior with the passengers on the part of the drivers. After investigation, permit suspension notices were issued to all vehicles with permits from Tabiji to Zanana Hospital Marg. Permits of 19 vehicles have been suspended. Action is being taken against the rest of the vehicles.
894 vehicles on route 29
Rathod said that about 894 vehicles have been issued permits on 29 urban routes in Ajmer city. Complaints were received in the transport office of vehicles plying on these routes for not providing transport service on the entire scheduled route, misbehaving with passengers and charging more than the prescribed fare. Taking this matter seriously, the Transport Flying Squad is conducting a surprise inspection through the District Transport Officer (Enforcement).
Permit suspended for these reasons
The Transport Department took action against the vehicles for not providing transport service on the entire route, charging more than the prescribed rates and committing other motor vehicle offences. The department has also canceled 19 permits. He said that all the licensed vehicles should provide transport service on the entire route to the passengers as per the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Rules. Strict action will be taken against the violators as per rules.
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