Schools declared two days off, buses will not come on September 16 and 17

Schools declared two days off, buses will not come on September 16 and 17: Gwalior. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the upcoming African Cheetah translocation program at Prachin-Palpur on September 17. Departmental officers have been given the responsibility to make this program successful.

Gwalior district administration officials have also been tasked to bring 6,000 people to Kon-Palpur. In such a situation, the government will need about two and a half buses. In this regard, the government has issued an order to acquire buses from most of the private schools in the district.

Private school operators have issued messages to parents and declared holidays on September 16 and 17. It is learned that more than 120 buses will take the schools, while the rest will ply the route. Acquisition of these buses will create the biggest problem for commuters.

Rural population will find it difficult to reach the destination. Although district education officials and administrative officials refrained from talking about the issue, when school buses arrived, a holiday message was sent to parents. In that case, the bus will be handed over to the government on September 16 and 17.

The target is to bring 1 lakh 25 thousand people from five districts

For this, buses have been taken from five districts including Shopura to show more crowd at the Prime Minister’s meeting. The meeting aims to bring 1 lakh 25 thousand people. After achieving the target, 1800 buses plying on various routes of Shopur, Shibpuri, Morena, Guna and Gwalior districts have been procured through the transport department to bring these people to the district administration. The bus will be collected at one place on the night of September 15.

808 buses were available from Shopur and 992 from other districts

Buses which have been acquired by the administration, including 808 Shapur buses and 992 Shibpuri, Guna, Morena and Gwalior buses for ferrying people to the Prime Minister’s meeting.

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Gwalior. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the upcoming African Cheetah translocation program at ancient Palpur on September 17. Departmental officers have been given the responsibility to make this program successful. Gwalior district administration officials have also been tasked to bring 6,000 people to Kon-Palpur. In such a situation, the government will need about two and a half buses. In this regard, the government has issued orders to procure buses from most of the private schools in the district.

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Private school operators have issued messages to parents and declared holidays on September 16 and 17. It is reported that more than 120 buses will get schools, while buses will run on the rest of the routes. Acquisition of these buses will create the biggest problem for commuters. Those involved in rural areas will find it difficult to reach their destinations. While district education officials and administrative officials refrained from talking about the issue, a holiday message has been sent to parents even though school buses have been taken. In that case, the bus will be handed over to the government on September 16 and 17.

The target is to bring 1 lakh 25 thousand people from five districts

For this, buses have been sent from five districts including Shoppur to show more people to the Prime Minister’s meeting. The meeting aims to bring 1 lakh 25 thousand people. After reaching the target, 1800 buses plying on various routes of Shopur, Shibpuri, Morena, Guna and Gwalior districts have been collected through the transport department to bring these people to the district administration. Buses will be collected from the same location on the eve of September 15.

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Shoppur was received from 808 and 992 buses from other districts

Bus-BAS, which was acquired by the administration, has 808 Shikur buses and 992 Shivpuri, Guna, Morena and Gwalior buses, which transport people to the Prime Minister’s meetings.

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