High Court reprimands Mamta government on increase in bus fare


Kolkata : The Calcutta Excessive Courtroom has expressed displeasure over the perspective of the Mamata Banerjee authorities relating to the rise in bus fares. The state didn’t reply to the courtroom’s question on the norms for bus fare hike. Therefore the ‘dissatisfied’ Calcutta Excessive Courtroom publicly reprimanded the West Bengal authorities. A two-judge bench of the Excessive Courtroom requested, “Does the state not have ample info relating to the hike in bus fares? If not, why the delay in replying? The courtroom on Wednesday additionally imposed a high quality of Rs 10,000 on the state for not responding regardless of the courtroom’s order. A bench of Calcutta Excessive Courtroom Chief Justice Prakash Srivastava and Justice Rajarshi Bhardwaj was listening to a PIL associated to bus fares on Wednesday. In the meantime, a division bench of the Excessive Courtroom expressed displeasure over the perspective of the federal government.

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