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NST bus service introduced at Atoizü



Parliamentary Secretary P. Dako Phom flags off the NST Bus service at Atoizü on February 21. (DIPR Photo)
 
Atoizü, February 22 (DIPR): The inaugural programme for NST Bus service was held on February 21 at Atoizü with Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Communication, Mechanical Engineering, P. Dako Phom as the chief guest.
Dako Phom in his address said that the inauguration of NST Bus at Atoizü is not for the profit of the department or the Government but for upgradation and welfare of the rural economy. He therefore called upon the people of Atoizü to consider it not only as a property of Government, but also a property of Atoizü people. He also requested the public of Atoizü to render the exact ticket price as the expenses for repairing of bus is managed from the revenue received form the ticked money. Stating that there were so many accidents earlier, which caused huge loss to both the government and the people, he informed that the government is taking serious measure such as immediate suspension of reckless drivers, driving under the influence of alcohol, staff delaying in departure of vehicle and staff mis-using ticket money to prevent any incidents. In this regard, he also requested the public to report the defaulting staffs to the government so that immediate action can be taken against them.

The Parliamentary Secretary also expressed joy over the improvement of ADC Headquarter at Atoizü under Zunheboto district and Tamlu under Longleng district. Minister for Power and Election, Doshehe Sema also spoke on the occasion.
Earlier, the Chief Guest unveiled the inaugural stone and flagged off the NST Bus Atoizü. The Programme was chaired by SDO (C) Atoizü, Holohon Sema.

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