Transport minister launches cleanliness campaign in Punjab, says he will end mafia in 10 days

Newly sworn in Punjab’s Transport Minister Amrinder Singh Raja Warring showed up at the bus stop here on Sunday morning and launched a campaign to clean all of the Punjab’s bus terminals. He also announced that he is posting a number, which will also be on WhatsApp, to respond to the complaints of commuters. He lambasted the former chief minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh, warning him against creating his own new party.

Early in the morning at around 8 a.m., the minister reached the bus stop and started the road himself, cleaning the bus stop, accompanied by several officers. He announced the inauguration of the statewide cleanliness campaign starting today. He provided an update on cleanliness at the bus stop and also asked employees to pay special attention to cleanliness. He ordered all officials from the transportation department to participate in the training.

Speaking to the media, Warring said that a complaint number, which will also be on WhatsApp, will be launched on Monday, where commuters can send their complaints in multimedia form and said all complaints will be resolved within a specified time frame. . limit. He also called on the unions to quash their strike proposal and help him make the Punjab’s public road transport entities profitable.

Asked about the transport mafia, he said he had already held a meeting with officials in this regard and the action would be visible in the next 10 days as no one is above the law. “We want 10 days and we are going to bring down the transport mafia,” he said.

Speaking to the former Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh, he said: “History says that every time someone has started their new party by leaving a big party, their political career is over. . So I would advise Captain Amarinder Singh not to try to make him party again. It would hurt him. “Meanwhile, the Minister of Transport also praised the guard of honor given by the Punjab police when arriving at the bus stop where the Minister of Food, Civilian Supplies and Consumption Bharat Bhushan Ashu and local administrative staff greeted him. (ANI)

(This story was not edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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