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Hit and Run Case Protest: Drivers' strike ends, city and school buses will run in the capital from today, Rasuka will take action against those who disrupt operations.

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Hit and Run Case Protest: Drivers' strike ends, city and school buses will run in the capital from today, Rasuka will take action against those who disrupt operations.

Shabbir Ahmed, Bhopal. City and school buses will run in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, from today. Rasuka will take action against those who disrupt the operation of all schools and city buses. The administration held a meeting with the bus operators and gave instructions to take action against the operators and drivers who do not follow the instructions.

The city's 'lifeline' started again

Bhopal's lifeline has started once again. BCLL buses started running in the city after two days. Buses operated under BCLL have started plying on their routes. The general public was facing problems due to buses not running. The drivers were on strike for three days. After talks with the government, the Drivers Association has ended the strike on Tuesday.

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Protest by drivers ends

Let us tell you that the vehicle drivers were on strike for three days regarding the new hit and run law of the Central Government. After which a meeting was held between the Transport Association and the government on Tuesday. After discussion, it has been decided not to implement the new law. First discussions will be held with the driver's organization. After this the new law will be implemented.

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