Punitive action against DTC drivers, conductors
New Delhi: Delhi Transport Corporation has
taken punitive action against 219 drivers and conductors
found guilty of dereliction of duties during a drive between
October 18 and 31.
DTC officials said 188 drivers and 31 conductors have
been suspended or terminated from their services while cases
were registered against eight drivers and one conductor for
"serious lapses" in performing their duties.
The drive was launched to ensure passenger safety and
identify lacunae in its bus operation.
The officials said 544 drivers and 410 conductors have
also been issued "warning" and not to repeat indiscipline in
The main objective of the drive was to sensitise the bus
crew and checking officials towards their duties, basic
etiquettes while dealing with passengers and to have a
vigilant approach to ensure overall safety.
A total number of 32,078 buses were checked across the
city during the 14-day long drive.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Trump-Sharif conversation: Team Donald denies Pakistan's claims
- Hizbul commander Musa issues threats of attacks in new video
- 'Heart of Asia' Conference begins in Amritsar; Sartaj Aziz to pay a visit on Sunday
- Panel discussion over Mamata Banerjee's false allegations on Indian Army for political gains
- Watch - Parrikar's reply to Mamata's military coup claim
- Gujarat businessman declares highest ever black money amount – Rs 13,000 crore!
- Army proves Mamata Banerjee wrong, releases letter showing West Bengal govt knew of exercise
- Rs 4.7 crore cash in Rs 2000 notes! Biggest seizure in new currency post demonetisation - What I-T recovered from Bengaluru, Chennai and Erode
- Manohar Parrikar exposes Mamata's attempt to politicise routine Army exercise in Kolkata
- Scam? 'Aam Aadmi Party using Delhi Transport Corporation to exchange Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes'