Introduce direct buses from Mysuru to Electronic City and Whitefield
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Introduce direct buses from Mysuru to Electronic City and Whitefield


Many of us are travelling by KSRTC buses after finishing our company work — from Electronic City to Kengeri, Electronic City to Majestic, Whitefield to Majestic (even to Satellite bus stand when we don’t get buses from Kengeri due to weekend rush) — to catch buses to Mysuru almost every Friday and vice-versa on Sunday.

This ordeal is making us to undergo hardships and uncertain timings to reach our destinations. We are forced to reach Mysuru during dead of midnights many a time completely drained, totally exhausted with lot of fear in mind anticipating untoward incidents while reaching our abodes. And most of us may not be able to return on time in our return journey also.

In this connection, I request the KSRTC authorities to kindly introduce direct buses from Mysuru to Electronic City and also to  Whitefield from Kuvempunagar bus depot and vice versa which gives us a great mental and physical relief. This also helps the other passengers of Ramakrishnanagar, Srirampura, Kuvempunagar, Aravindanagar, Jayanagar etc., in Mysuru and Konanakunte,  Gottagari, Nobonagar, Banneraghatta road etc., in Bengaluru who are alighting and boarding the same buses en route.

– Dr. M. Shyam Prasad

April 18, 2017

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