Bengaluru: Argument over ticket.. Conductor assaults female passenger.. | Telugu News

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Bengaluru: Government has provided free travel facility to women through Mahalakshmi scheme. Except luxury buses, women can travel free by showing Aadhaar card. But some conductors are over-behaving and quarrels are taking place. The fights are reaching the peak.. they are going to the police stations. A female passenger and the RTC conductor had a similar fight regarding the ticket in the bus. Little by little the wind became like rain. As a result he was suspended from his job. He was arrested by the police.

Congress government came to power in Karnataka before Telangana. It has announced that six guarantees will be implemented during the elections there. As a result, people believed the promises of the leaders of the Congress party and brought that party to power. As soon as the Congress government came to power, women were allowed to travel in buses for free. According to the rules of this scheme, female passengers traveling in the bus need only show Aadhaar card. Zero ticket will be issued by the conductor. However, the transport department has imposed some regulations regarding this Aadhaar card. Aadhaar card should be updated. Only if it is so then zero ticket should be issued. But this caused a controversy in a Karnataka RTC bus.. A female passenger boarded a bus going from Bilekalli in Bangalore to Shivaji Nagar. The conductor asked her to get the ticket as her Aadhaar card was not valid. The woman refused. Even though she had been asked several times, she answered nonchalantly. The RTC collector who could not get angry with this turned on her. In anger, the woman hit him on the cheek. The conductor lost patience and assaulted her. This caused a commotion in the bus. The fellow passengers agreed. The victim complained to the police. Police reached the spot and got details from fellow passengers. Later the RTC conductor was arrested. RTC suspended him as the government was serious about this matter.

Meanwhile, this incident has become a sensation in Bangalore. Fellow passengers say that the RTC conductor behaved excessively and severely assaulted the woman. Passengers say that if the Aadhaar card was not correct, it would have been better to tell her so that she could understand, otherwise she replied carelessly when insulted, the conductor could not bear to say that. They say that the conductor hit her after that and she was also injured. In the wake of this incident, it seems that the Karnataka Transport Department is likely to bring new rules.

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