Nepal-India passenger friendly bus service resumes

File – Buses are seen parked at the Bus Park in Nepalgunj, Banke district in October 2020. Photo courtesy: Ramesh Malla

RANJHA: The Nepal-India friendly bus service that had been disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic has resumed after two years.

Bheri Yatayat Pvt Ltd based in Nepalgunj, Banke district has been operating the Nepal-India passenger friendly transport service from Nepalgunj to Indian capital city Delhi, Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow, Dehradun and Haridwar.

Chairperson of Bheri Transport Rajendra Giri said the Nepal-India passenger friendly bus service has been re-operated from Sunday with the permission for cross-border vehicular operation following the reduced risk of coronavirus infection.

The shutdown of bus services had incurred huge financial losses to the bus entrepreneurs. The resumption of bus service has eased Nepali passengers to travel to and from Indian cities, including Delhi, Dehradun and Haridwar.

According to Giri, the bus from Nepalgunj to Delhi leaves at 5:00 pm while the bus en route from Delhi to Nepalgunj departs at 5:00 pm. Likewise, the buses for Deharadun and Haridwar leave at 8:00 pm from Nepalgunj, Giri informed.

Source: RSS


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