DAYO urges for resuming NST service

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/4/2020 9:32:27 AM IST

Drawing attention of the state government to the plight of the students’ community and the common people who cannot afford travelling in private transports, the Dimapur Ao Youth Organisation has urged the concerned to resume plying of public transport/NST at reasonable rates without further delay.

A press release by DAYO media cell,  expressed regret that the state owned Nagaland State Transport (NST) buses were yet to hit the roads making it difficult for the common people to bear the costs of travelling for medical attention across the districts and state. While students and competitive examination aspirants needed to rejoin their educational institutions and others for studies, the Dimapur Ao Youth Organisation stated that they needed cheaper transportation services for consultation and library facilities.
Dimapur Ao Youth Organisation also pointed out that, with relaxation of interstate and intra district movement, the private transport operators were serving the public to its commitments, “notwithstanding the fact that fares have been increased exponentially due to the existing norms of seating arrangements resulting in lesser intake capacity.”


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