Tral, April 26: No transport facilities available after 3pm, on maximum routes of Tral, giving tough time to the commuters and students , living in far-off villages of Tral, in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
According to the reports, hundreds of commuters including school children’s, women and old aged persons, were stranded near “Bus-Stand area, at about 3:15 pm today, in search of vehicles but only few vehicles were available there to ferry hundrends of commuters from different areas of Tral.
Among all , most of routes include Tral – Satoora route , Nahir – Khasipora route, Lurow- Lurgam route etc., where the transport is remaining off during evening hours, despite having hundrens of vehicles , available only before 3pm.
“I was waiting for a Tata Sumo right from 3pm today, but i couldn’t get any vehicle till 4:12pm , which gave me very much tough time as i moved here and there to get a vehicle “, Sumitpal Singh said.
The people have blamed that its all happening due to the non-seriousness of drivers who are staying in far-off villages after getting a full vehicle of passengers from main town.
The people have requested higher authorities and President Sumo Stand Association Tral, to personally look into the matter as early as possible.