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ANPBA to ban Dmu-Tsg bus services
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR JUN 4 (NPN):
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Published on 5 Jun. 2010 12:05 AM IST
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All Nagaland Private Bus Association (ANPBA) has stated that it would ban Dimapur- Tuensang night and day bus services with effect from June 5 until the ongoing agitation called by United Sangtam Students Conference (USSC) over March1 incident was solved.
The ban on bus services comes in the wake of the incident on March 1where President Driver Union Tuensang district allegedly failed to fulfill his assurance to pay Rs. 2.55 lakh as medical aid to injured passengers of Super Travel bus (NL-03- B-0073) that met with accident on March 1.
It may be mentioned that following the incident, the USSC reaffirmed its stand to hold first phase of agitation by stopping Super Travel services from June 4 to be followed by second phase of agitation by stopping all night service (Private) from June 6. USSC also informed that it would be compelled to carry out third phase and would stop all private transportation or total bandh of USSC.
President of ANPBA and former DMC member G. Kits talking to Nagaland Post over the phone stated that if the case was still not solved even after USSC’s second agitation on June 6, the Nagaland Private Bus Association would enforce ban on night and day bus services all over Nagaland.

 
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