Rush at bus stands as passengers return after Deepavali holidays

People who had travelled to town to rejoice Deepavali with their close to and expensive ones boarded buses to return to Chennai and different locations of labor on Sunday. The Central Bus Stand, omni bus stand and the three momentary bus stands arrange by town police noticed a big footfall of travellers all through the day.

Despite the announcement made by Chief Minister M.Okay. Stalin requesting travellers to postpone their journey to Chennai by just a few days on account of heavy rains, a number of buses leaving the Central Bus Stand to the capital metropolis have been at full capability.

Many travellers mentioned that they needed to report for work on Monday morning as the depart they’d taken for the competition had come to an finish.

“We will lose salary if we extend the leave. The rain cannot be a reason for us to extend it,” Rajashekar, who works at a non-public firm in Chennai, mentioned.

Many school college students too boarded buses to journey to their training establishments in Madurai, Thanjavur and Chennai after celebrating Deepavali at their properties in Tiruchi.

“We reached the city on Monday, celebrated the festival at our homes and are ready to go back now,” S. Manoj, a scholar, mentioned enthusiastically. The college students had semester examinations arising, and needed to put together for them, he mentioned.

The metropolis police had made particular preparations at the Chathram Bus Stand, Central Bus Stand and the three momentary bus stands — on Mannarpuram service street; Illupur Salai close to Mannarpuram and reverse to the Sona Mina theatre — to ease visitors congestion. Police personnel have been deployed to control the crowds.

The Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation was working specials to varied locations from Tiruchi and different centres within the area relying on the necessity.

Staff Reporter , 2021-11-08 09:32:03

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