Roadways Bus Strike: Buses stopped operating in Uttarakhand, passengers going from Delhi to Dehradun upset

The operation of Uttarakhand Roadways buses has come to a standstill on Friday. So far no bus has been operated from Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Roorkee, Kotdwar and Srinagar depots.
Bus operations have come to a standstill on all long distance plain routes including Delhi, Chandigarh, Saharanpur, Meerut, Faridabad, Gurugram, Ambala, Bareilly, Moradabad. Passengers have to travel in roadways buses of Uttar Pradesh. All the buses of Uttarakhand Roadways are closed in ISBT of Dehradun.

The bus did not operate from 5:00 am on Friday:
All bus services operating from Rishikesh depot of Uttarakhand Transport Corporation did not operate from 5:00 am on Friday. There are 67 bus services operating from Rishikesh Depot, all of which have stopped. Apart from this, two services operated from Roorkee, three services from Haridwar, all services were stopped.
Buses from the depots of Uttar Pradesh and other states are operating. Transport Corporation employees left Rishikesh for Dehradun ISBT to join the dharna. Due to non-operation of buses, the passengers going to the plains and hilly areas were troubled. In Nataraj Chowk area, people forced to travel by taxi, maxi and other vehicles were also seen upset due to the shortage of vehicles.

Passengers going to Delhi Dehradun upset:
Passengers going from Roorkee to Delhi, Dehradun and other cities are facing problems due to chakka jam on the call of United Front of Transport Corporation. In the morning, a large number of passengers kept waiting for the buses at the bus stand. At the same time, the Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation has also instructed the buses plying through the bypass to go from inside the city, due to which the passengers have got some relief.
On behalf of the United Front, a memorandum was given to the higher officials of the Transport Corporation regarding the 13-point demands. Due to lack of talks, the operation of buses at Roorkee bus stand was completely stopped since Friday morning. The first bus from Roorkee Depot leaves for Delhi at 4:00 am, but no bus has been able to run on Friday, due to which the passengers going to Delhi have faced the most trouble.
Due to the Republic Day holiday, a large number of working people had come to Roorkee from Delhi and other cities. He had to go back on Friday, same situation prevails in Dehradun also. Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation’s buses from Muzaffarnagar, Khatauli, Meerut, Saharanpur, Chhutmalpur depots are also plying through the city instead of bypass, due to which some relief has been given to the passengers.

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