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Hrtc Bus In Poor Condition On Shimla Palampur Route – HRTC: Bus with broken glass in minus degree temperature was sent from Shimla to Palampur


Amar Ujala Bureau, Shimla/Palampur

Published by: Arvind Thakur
Updated Fri, 14 Jan 2022 05:54 PM IST

Summary

There was no glass in the window of seat quantity 22, 23 and 24, cardboard was framed to cease the wind. When the conductor sitting on the primary seat couldn’t bear the chilly, he demanded a cardboard from the Dhaba individual in Bharadighat and trapped it in entrance of the seat. It was so chilly in the bus that the driving force had to cowl his total mouth with a pot through the journey.

HRTC Khatra Bus.
– Photo : Amar Ujala

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HRTC took the bus from Shimla to Palampur by trapping cardboard in the broken glass of the window on Friday night time amid minus degree temperature in the winter season. During the journey of about 225 km, the passengers had to chill for about 9 hours. Bus HP-68-3276 of Palampur depot left Tutikandi ISBT at Palampur at 9:00 pm on Friday. As a lot of the window panes have been free, passengers had to wrap cardboard and newspapers between the panes to escape the chilly air.

There was no glass in the window of seat quantity 22, 23 and 24, cardboard was framed to cease the wind. When the conductor sitting on the primary seat couldn’t bear the chilly, he demanded a cardboard from the Dhaba individual in Bharadighat and trapped it in entrance of the seat. It was so chilly in the bus that the driving force had to cowl his total mouth with a pot through the journey. At 4:30 am, the bus out of the blue stopped close to the Aihaju railway crossing behind Baijnath. The driver conductor tried to pour chilly water into the radiator however the water stored boiling. Upon opening the bonnet, it was discovered that the radiator pipe was leaking. The bus was transported to Palampur with nice issue by making a jugaad of cello tape.

Problem confronted due to broken glass: RM
Uttam Singh, the regional supervisor of Palampur depot, mentioned that the issue has arisen due to broken glass through the route. Instructions have been given to ship these buses on night time service whose situation is right. A requirement for 20 new buses has been sent to the headquarters. Buses are anticipated to be acquired in April.

Surprisingly, not a single new bus was discovered for five years
After 2017 Palampur depot has not acquired new buses. That’s why the work is being run by Khatara buses. Talking concerning the earnings, the common incomes per day of Palampur-Delhi bus is 17000. The highest incomes of Palampur-Shimla in a day has been up to 36000. Due to non-availability of recent buses, the administration is compelled to run the bitter buses on the routes, risking the lives of the passengers.

Scope

HRTC took the bus from Shimla to Palampur by trapping cardboard in the broken glass of the window on Friday night time amid minus degree temperature in the winter season. During the journey of about 225 km, the passengers had to chill for about 9 hours. Bus HP-68-3276 of Palampur depot left Tutikandi ISBT at Palampur at 9:00 pm on Friday. As a lot of the window panes have been free, passengers had to wrap cardboard and newspapers between the panes to escape the chilly air.

There was no glass in the window of seat quantity 22, 23 and 24, cardboard was framed to cease the wind. When the conductor sitting on the primary seat couldn’t bear the chilly, he demanded a cardboard from the Dhaba individual in Bharadighat and trapped it in entrance of the seat. It was so chilly in the bus that the driving force had to cowl his total mouth with a pot through the journey. At 4:30 am, the bus out of the blue stopped close to the Aihaju railway crossing behind Baijnath. The driver conductor tried to pour chilly water into the radiator however the water stored boiling. Upon opening the bonnet, it was discovered that the radiator pipe was leaking. The bus was transported to Palampur with nice issue by making a jugaad of cello tape.

Problem confronted due to broken glass: RM

Uttam Singh, the regional supervisor of Palampur depot, mentioned that the issue has arisen due to broken glass through the route. Instructions have been given to ship these buses on night time service whose situation is right. A requirement for 20 new buses has been sent to the headquarters. Buses are anticipated to be acquired in April.

Surprisingly, not a single new bus was discovered for five years

After 2017 Palampur depot has not acquired new buses. That’s why the work is being run by Khatara buses. Talking concerning the earnings, the common incomes per day of Palampur-Delhi bus is 17000. The highest incomes of Palampur-Shimla in a day has been up to 36000. Due to non-availability of recent buses, the administration is compelled to run the bitter buses on the routes, risking the lives of the passengers.

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