30% hike on authorized fare on passenger vehicles withdrawn

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KD Desk 


SRINAGAR, DEC 1: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday withdraws 30 percent hike on authorized fare on passenger vehicles which was initiated by in the month of June amid Covid-19 pandemic.


As per the order issued by Hirdesh Kumar, Commissioner/Secretary to the Government, Transport Department which reads, Sanction is hereby accorded to the withdrawal of 30 percent fare hike on authorized fare, ordered vide Government order 31-JK (TR) of 2020 dated 22-06-2020 in view of restrictions imposed on seating capacity of Stage Carriage Passenger vehicles due to Covid-19 Pandemic.


It added that consequent upon which only the authorized fare charged prior to the issuance of government order 31-JK (TR) of 2020 dated 22-06-2020 shall be charged from the passengers by the operators of stage Carriage Passenger vehicles in Union Territory. Any violation of this order shall strictly be dealt with under the provisions of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 and Central Motor Vehicles Rule, 1989.

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