No proposal to hike DTC fares: Govt
New Delhi: The city government on Wednesday said it has no plans to increase passenger fares in buses run by Delhi Transport Corporation.
"There is no such plan (to increase fares). Nothing is
being discussed in this regard," Transport Minister Arvinder
Singh Lovely said told reporters here.
Lovely was responding to a question whether the Government
was considering a hike in the fares in DTC owing to hike in
"The decision has to be taken by the Cabinet. But there is
no such proposal to increase fares," he said.
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