Apprehension to stop passenger service
All Manipur Inter State Bus and Allied Transport Association showing dissatisfaction to the shortage of diesel supply has warned the government authority not to invite for any unwanted outcome.
Talking to the reporters at its office the transport association today urged the concern authority to allocate 3,000 litres per day with a proper system so that inconvenience to the drivers would not be created.
Secretary of the transport association M. Bimol Singh said there is fear of stopping the service as there has been improper management of diesel supply that fall short.
The interstate passenger services have been continuing even during the ongoing economic blockade along the Imphal-Dimapur road. If bandh arises along the highway the service will be shifted along the Imphal-Jiribam road, added Bimol and seek the authority to render proper and sufficient supply of diesel fuel.
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