#Kolkata: Corona infection, pushing the public transport system again. Closed multiple long-distance route buses. Passengers have started to decrease. Then conduct elections across the state. Kamal lives because of him. Not only the city of Kolkata, but also the number of long distance buses going to district cities in different parts of the state and the number of multiple buses coming to Kolkata from the districts have decreased. According to bus organizations, the number of passengers on long-distance buses has decreased by about 50 percent. The bus owners are skeptical about how long this service will be possible.
The number of long distance buses recognized in the state through private bus unions is about 6 thousand. Those two to three thousand buses are running in it. According to a bus association leader, it costs Rs 5,300 per bus to run a bus from Kolkata to Chandrakona. Tickets are available there for only Tk 2,800. As a result, the loss of the owner is about 2600 rupees Rahul Chattopadhyay, general secretary of the All Bengal Bus Minibus Coordinating Association, said he was receiving reports of bus stops coming from different parts of the state every day. The owners’ backs are against the wall. It is not possible to run like this. ”The situation of bus owners in North Bengal is bad. Because the number of tourists has decreased due to corona. Secondly, passengers from Siliguri, Balurghat and Malda are not coming to Kolkata, Digha, Burdwan, Durgapur, Kharagpur and Asansol. As a result, the bus was stopped for the time being after traveling for some time with empty seats. Pranab Mani, the leader of the organization, said that the number of people going to the inter-district is decreasing every day. So we are also unable to run the bus less ৷ Most of the buses have stopped Besides, the communication with Orissa by bus is closed. The Orissa government has said that passengers will have to show a certificate of two doses of ticker. Otherwise, the report of RTPCR test done 48 hours ago should be shown as negative. As a result, the number of buses traveling from Kolkata and the two Midnapores to Orissa has come to a complete standstill.
Published by:Debalina Datta