Strengthen transport deptt: AAPPTF to  CM

 

ITANAGAR | Jul 13 | The All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF), in a memorandum, has drawn the attention of chief minister towards the apathy meted out to transport director.

Though the department earns Rs. 20 to 25 crore revenue  annually, but districts 10 have regular district transport officers (DTOs) while in rest 11, either  EAC or CO (TPT) look after the charge, there are four motor vehicle inspector against a requirement of 10; no establishment staff  from peon to LDC is regular all and held either by contingency or functional manner; no staff has either been regularized or promoted ever after 10 to 20 years’ service, the department has only one each director and joint director and needs three deputy directors for smooth functioning and the GoAP has failed to provide regular structure for DTO offices or any quarter.

Pointing out that such deficiencies have been affecting the functioning of the department, the AAPPTF sough redressal of all grievances.

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