Mangaluru: Some private buses operate overlooking lockdown order


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Mar 23: While most of the business concerns and the people have been supporting the lockdown order clamped by the district administration by suspending their businesses and staying inside the safe environs of their homes, a few private buses are seen violating the order.

A few private bus operators were seen to be not falling in line with the order of the district administration. A few buses moved on their regular routes on Monday.

An express bus moving between the city and Moodbidri was one such bus that did not want to stick to the government order. It moved with a full load of passengers.

The bus started its journey from the private bus stand here to Moodbidri.

 

  

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  • Sachidananda Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    This kind of people will not understand the situation unless they themselves suffer from that virus. Humble request to those people.... pls forget about your business profit or loss for the moment.... We can make business only when human kinds are remaining on this world. If no one stay alive.... then there is no funeral business even

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  • Babu, KAIKAMBA

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    where is bus rakshak sena

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  • Rahul, Bajpe

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Prime Minister made yesterday many people come out on streets with the clapping drama at 5:00pm !

    They were in groups and crowds? And some were dancing and blowing the vessel

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  • Praveen, surathkall

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    When there is Section 144 imposed in Dakshina Kannada till Mar 31, why is this CIRCUS?? Can't these people follow Govt. orders? Come on, if you keep this service open, people tend to travel; so please for sake of HUMANITY, follow orders ;

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  • ARAMBH S KANTHI, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Dear sir,
    I completely agree with you Mr.Praveen. All transports should obey the Govt orders in the benifit of Mangalore citizen.

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  • Alexander, Bangalore/USA

    Tue, Mar 24 2020

    same time govt must give them support grants, Mr BSY may be thinking about this!!! than clapping hands!!!!

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    I think the bus is owned by some chaddi, who is the boot licker of Yeddy. So they are not scared.

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  • Paul, Manglore

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    NO MY FRIEND HE IS THE PRESIDENT FOR PRIVATE BUS OWNERS ASSOCITION .
    BUT THE POICE NOR RTO WILL HAVE NO GUTS TO TOUCH NOR CANCEL HIS LICIENCE .
    THE TRANSPORT MINSITER & DC SHOULD TAKE STRICT ACTION CANCLE HIS LICIENCE

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    There is no sec 144 in mlore.. vehicles are playing normally. Police are just watching.
    Aftr this has effected everybody and not just people from bunder

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  • Alwin, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    The district administration must provide emergency transportation

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  • Victor, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    People are taking it very lightly. I think instead of section 144 they need to completely lock down else I can see people are freely travelling out.

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    2 to 3 weeks of worldwide lockdown will eradicate this virus, bits and pieces may take years.

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