Bhamragarh, The bus service from Bamanpalli village, which is a remote area of tehsil, has been closed for the past 4 years. Therefore, the citizens of 30 locations in this complex had to travel in private vehicles. Due to this difficult journey, the citizens faced difficulties. Considering this problem of the citizens, the police administration went ahead and tried with the State Transportation Corporation. These efforts have been successful. Said bus service has been started earlier. After about 4 years, the faces of the citizens of the Bamanpalli campus blossomed when they saw the bus.
The citizens of around 20-25 villages including Bamanpalli, Yechali, Mannerajaram, Dubagudem etc. under the Bamanpalli complex which is a remote area of the tehsil they have to reach the tehsil headquarters to do various works and government jobs. At the same time, the Bhamragarh Tehsil headquarters has extensive support for treating patients. But due to the closure of the bus service on this route for the last 4 years, citizens had to travel in private vehicles.
Some private vehicle owners were taking undue advantage of this. Passengers were charged an arbitrary fee. Because the citizens are facing mental and financial problems. This matter was brought to the attention of the police administration by the citizens of this complex. Umesh Kadam, the officer in charge of the Mannerajaram Police Help Center, tried to contact the Rapani administration to start the bus service. Due to his efforts, this Aheri-Bamanpalli-Bhamragad bus ferry was launched again. After about 4 years, due to the efforts of the police administration, the resumption of the bus service has helped make the journey of the citizens accessible.
Citizens of 25 villages faced problems
The Bamanpalli village bus service, which belongs to the Mannerajaram Police Help Center, has been closed for the past 4 years. In the absence of bus, the citizens and schoolchildren from around 20-25 villages including Bamanpalli, Yechali, Mannerajaram, Dubagudem etc. from this compound were facing a lot of trouble to reach tehsil headquarters. In such a situation, a financial tragedy was taking place with the owners of private vehicles. But with the cooperation of the police administration, the citizens will now be able to travel safely due to the restart of the said bus.
success in the efforts of police officers
Under the Police Help Center, citizens had petitioned the Police Help Center to restart the said bus service. Keeping in mind the problems of the citizens, Umesh Kadam, the officer in charge of Mannerajaram Police Help Center, tried to reach Rapani. Ultimately, under the direction of the Superintendent of Police, Additional Superintendent of Police Pranhita, Police Officer of Bhamragad Subdivision, said bus service was initiated by the Department of Transportation. There is a wave of happiness among the citizens of the campus at the start of this bus service with the efforts of the officers and staff of the Mannerajaram local police help center.