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    Transport department official issues warning to bus operators with 15-year-old vehicles

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    In Ranga Reddy district, Joint Deputy Transport Commissioner M Chandrashekhar Goud issued a strong warning to school bus operators. He stated that buses over 15 years old and not deemed fit for operation will not be allowed on the roads. If found in violation, the vehicles will be seized and action taken against the owners.

    This warning comes as many bus owners who provide transportation to schools in the district are neglecting the fitness of their vehicles. This negligence could lead to traffic issues and endanger the lives of students. With schools reopening after a month-long break, it has been discovered that a large number of bus owners do not have the necessary fitness certificates.

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    Out of the 11,922 school buses operating in Ranga Reddy district, only 8,917 have valid fitness certificates. The remaining 3,005 bus owners are urged to obtain the required certificate from the transport authorities. The JDTC emphasized the importance of complying with road safety rules to ensure the safety of all road users.

    A meeting will be held with educational institutions to emphasize the need for vehicle fitness certificates. It was made clear that school buses older than 15 years must not be on the roads. Any such buses found unfit will be seized and their owners penalized.

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    Operators were advised to maintain their buses properly and hire experienced drivers below the age of 60. Compliance with these regulations is crucial to guarantee the safety and security of all passengers.

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