In Briefs

Transport Dept. 24×7 Helpline

April 7, 2020

The Government has launched a 24×7 Helpline to receive and resolve complaints regarding the movement of essential services. Deputy Chief Minister Laxman Savadi announced the launch of the Helpline which will also look into the issue of inter-State vehicles. It will also act as a Control Room connecting all the RTOs across the State. Organisations and public can call 080-22236698 or 94498-63214 to raise issues related to the movement of essential commodities. Alongside, the Department will also ensure availability of vehicles to move such commodity. The move by the Transport Dept. came a day after two RTO officials were suspended for demanding bribe from vegetable transporters near Anekal.


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