Separate pink seat for women in Rajasthan Roadways, order issued

Feb 26 2020 05:52 PM
Separate pink seat for women in Rajasthan Roadways, order issued

Jaipur: On the initiative of Naveen Jain, Rajasthan Roadways MD, some changes are being made in the roadways. For the convenience and safety of passengers, special changes are being made in the roadways buses, so that passengers do not have any problem during the journey. Instructions have been issued to pink color especially on women reserved seats so that women do not have any problem in identifying the seat while traveling on the bus.

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Keeping this in mind, Suddenly, the roadways MD of the new buses, Navin Jain, inspected many flaws and also gave necessary guidelines to correct these flaws. Actually, new buses are going to be included in the Roadways fleet right now. Roadways MD Naveen Jain suddenly rushed to inspect the new buses, then many of these new blueline buses came to light. MD Naveen Jain instructed the technical branch of the department that the seat belts on the driver's seat in the new and old buses To be installed and to keep the buses clean by purchasing a vacuum cleaner for cleaning the buses.

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He said that along with the head and tail lights of the buses, he gave necessary guidelines to correct the useless wires hanging in the buses. Instructions were also made to fix the lock in the windows of the old buses so that they are closed properly so that the passengers during the journey can be protected from the heat in the rain, winter, and summer. Along with this, the work of imparting public behavior training to driver-operators will also be done in Ajmer.

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