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Call to improve service

Nanise Loanakadavu
Thursday, February 27, 2014

BUS services in one particular area in Nasinu have been labelled as "pathetic" by some members of the public who were present at the consultations on LTA activities at Rishikul Sanatan College early this week.

Jale Daucakacaka who led a group to the consultations said bus services in Kalabu and Pilling Rd were irregular by the service provider, S Nair Transport.

"There is no proper timetable and most of the people are suffering because of the poor services," Mr Cakacaka said.

He said there was no bus at 6am and early morning commuters had to walk to the main road at Nasole.

"The only bus in the morning is at 7 and 8am."

Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, in his response, asked Mr Dau cakacaka to give the details of his submission to his staff and they would look in to the matter.

Others who also voiced their concerns were advised to do the same and the A-G would respond once they had a solution to their problems.

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