BRTA suspends operations of Suprobhat, Jabal-e-Noor buses

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21st March, 2019 01:31:51 printer

BRTA suspends operations of Suprobhat, Jabal-e-Noor buses

Operations of the buses of two companies—‘Suprobhat’ and ‘Jabal-e-Noor’ -– will remain suspended in the city until further notice.

 

BRTA Deputy Director (Engineering) Shofiquzzaman Bhuiyan told that Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) on Wednesday sent separate letters to the two bus companies to this end, reports UNB.

 

It also asked them to submit all necessary documents of their vehicles, including fitness certificates, within three working days, he said, adding that the further decision will be taken after scrutinising the documents.

 

Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury was killed as a ‘Suprobhat’ bus ran him over in front Bashundhara Gate in the city’s Kuril area on Tuesday.

 

On July 29 last year, two college students were killed in a road accident involving two buses of ‘Jabal-e-Noor’ on Airport Road.


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