Plea for city bus service between CBS – Naidunagar
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Plea for city bus service between CBS – Naidunagar

January 1, 2022


For the last three decades, three to four city buses were running between CBS – Kesare and Naidunagar via Pulikeshi Road, RMC which were very helpful to the people going to K.R. Hospital, Mission Hospital, Railway Station, RMC, Vidyavardhaka High School and Colleges, but for the last five years, the said bus routes have been stopped for reasons best known to none. Now people, especially women, senior citizens and students are facing lot of hardship.

I request the KSRTC to resume the routes immediately for the benefit of commuters who depend only on public transport.

– Syed Iqbal Ahmed, Mysuru, 23.10.2021

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