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THENI: Drivers and conductors of government, private and mini buses will be held responsible if the flying squad find any unaccountable cash or gift items in buses during a raid. Private bus conductors should check the parcels before loading them into buses, warned Collector P. Muthuveeran. He was presiding over a special meeting with private bus owners here on Wednesday.
The private bus operators should check the parcels containing valuables and obtain name, address and mobile phone numbers of senders at the time of booking parcels. They should not accept any parcel or bundle without valid document.
The flying squad should check the goods in the buses quickly. Vehicle check-up should not create traffic congestion. If drivers and conductors fail to follow these guidelines, action will be initiated against bus crew on detection of parcels in the bus without any valid document. He appealed to private and mini bus operators to extend full cooperation with officials and help them in conducting free and fair election.
Superintendent of Police V. Balakrishnan, District Revenue Officer R. Brinda Devi and owners of private and mini buses took part in the meeting.
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