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Transport Minister Bhullar conducts surprise checking at RTA Office Patiala, Driving track and PRTC Office, reviews functioning

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh/Patiala, January 18

Punjab Transport Minister Laljit Singh Bhullar, on Wednesday, conducted a surprise check at the office of the Secretary, Regional Transport Authority Patiala in District Administrative Complex besides inspecting the Automated Driving Test Track and Head Office of PRTC on Nabha Road.

Cabinet Minister Laljit Singh Bhullar interacted with the visiting people and obtained feedback from them for further improvement. He inquired about the official work of the staff and instructed to provide services to people on a priority basis so that the people do not face any hardship.

The Transport Minister said that Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann firm resolve is to provide transparent and corruption-free services to the people. He instructed that no laxity will be tolerated and strict action will be taken against those who cause trouble to the people.

Laljit Singh Bhullar took stock of the work such as issuing new RCs, truck permits, renewal and driving license etc. from the staff of the RTA and driving track offices, and instructed Assistant RTA Sham Lal and other employees to keep themselves updated as per the prevailing scenario.

After inspecting the Head Office of PRTC, Driver-Conductor Training School, Tire Plant and Bus Body Fabrication Cell, the Transport Minister directed the General Managers Parveen Kumar and Maninderpal Singh Sidhu and Executive Engineer Jatinderpal Singh Grewal that no stone should be left unturned to take the public bus services to new heights as the Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann led government was taking every initiative to strengthened the PRTC and Panbus by filling the loopholes.

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