MP Gopal Shetty gives go-ahead for Mumbai to Mangaluru bus journey


Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, May 12: Mumbai to Mangaluru bus journey that was banned for the last fifty days began after the unceasing efforts of north Mumbai MP Gopal C Shetty and people’s leader, sincere social worker Ermal Harish Shetty. Gopal Shetty gave the green signal for the journey.

Bunts Sangha's new project committee president, Mundappa S Payyade donated fruits, Ermal Harish Shetty distributed biscuits and food packets and wished a pleasant journey to all. The organizers said that the bus will proceed from Mira Road via Borivli, Andheri, Santacruz, Sion, Chembur, Vashi, Pune, Belagavi, Bhatkal, Kundapur and Udupi to reach Mangaluru.

Supreme Travel’s K V Shetty Borivli, Harish V Shetty, Manjunath Bannur, Prakash A Shetty, Ajith R Shetty, Karthik Harish Shetty, Vijay Shetty, Nikesh Shetty, Shiva Shetty, Vishya Devadiga and others were present.



Gopal Shetty said that only ordinary buses without air condition are used on orders from the union government. Only one passenger is allowed for two seats to maintain social distance and only 20 passengers are accommodated on the bus. The Karnataka state government and the local district administration will decide about the mandatory quarantine of each passenger on arrival at the destination.

Ermal Harish Shetty said that additional buses will be put to service after obtaining permission from the respective deputy commissioners. Pregnant women, critically sick people and those who are undergoing surgeries will be given priority. The e-pass, medical test certificate and Aadhaar card are mandatory as per sevasindhu.karnatakagov.in.

"Our activists will help with other needs. We will provide food, fruits and drinking water for the time being. Travellers should maintain peace. They should follow the government directions and assist toward a healthy society," he said.

  

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  • jayshree naik, Udupi

    Sun, May 31 2020

    I had came in mumbai for visiting my relatives place but got strucked here due to lockdown since 3.5months....i want to go back to my home with my son..plsss help

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  • Manjunath shetty, Shanti nivas bellampalli kukkikatte post,Udupi dist

    Sat, May 16 2020

    Sir I m working in hotel in Kalyan..now no job no money want to go back native..pls help us I m wth family my wife and daughter..no body is asking our problem pls help sir..my contact no 9175564405

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  • Ashok Uchil, Kotekar

    Thu, May 14 2020

    Sir,
    We are in Mangaluru Kotekar..... We came here to see my brother-in-law, as he was serious. Unfortunately he expired and we stuck here for the last two months. Please arrange for any bus from Mangaluru to Dombivli. Thanks.

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  • Sachin shetty, Manglore kotekar / Mumbai Ghatkopar

    Tue, May 12 2020

    Sir my name is sachin shetty staying in ghatkopar. My cousin and his wife from manglore kotekar. They came to mumbai for baby shower but got stuck up due to lockdown. Sir it would be great if you would by some source help them to reach manglore. Sir its my humble request and will be anxiously waiting for any kind of update.

    Regards,
    Sachin shetty

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