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Bus services resume in Gujarat after almost two months

After a gap of almost two months, state transport and city buses resumed operation across the state on Monday across Gujarat.

ANI | Vadodara (Gujarat) | Updated: 02-06-2020 09:16 IST | Created: 02-06-2020 09:16 IST
Bus services resume in Gujarat after almost two months
Visuals from Vadodara where city buses resumed services. [Photo/ANI]. Image Credit: ANI

After a gap of almost two months, state transport and city buses resumed operation across the state on Monday across Gujarat. A city bus service manager told ANI that a fleet of 50 buses started on Tuesday.

"50 city buses started today. 17 passengers are being allowed in our 34-seater buses and 20 passengers in our 40-seater buses," he said while speaking to ANI. Also, religious places, hotels and restaurants, malls will be allowed to open in the state from June 8 after SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) are prepared. (ANI)



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