Haryana Government has decided to start bus services on various routes for commuters to travel from one state to another. In this regard, the state government has written to UP, Rajasthan, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, MP, Uttarakhand, Delhi, and UT of Chandigarh.
|Uttar Pradesh||Faridabad-Aligarh and Back|
|Uttar Pradesh||Gurugram-Aligarh and Back|
|Uttar Pradesh||Panipat-Bareilly via Muradabad and Back|
|Uttar Pradesh||Gurugram-Mathura and Back|
|Rajasthan||Gurugram-Jaipur and Back|
|Rajasthan||Hisar-Ajmer and Back|
|Punjab||Karnal-Amritsar and Back|
|Himachal Pradesh||Ambala-Panchkula-Shimla and Back|
|Uttarakhand||Ambala-Yamuna Nagar-Dehradun and Back|
|UT Chandigarh||Gurugram-Chandigarh and Back|
|Delhi||Panchkula-Delhi and Back|
|Madhya Pradesh||Gurugram-Gwalior and Back|
According to the information, the Chandigarh administration has decided to accept the Haryana government’s proposal for the inter-state movement of the bus on the Chandigarh-Gurugram route.
The Ministry of Health Affairs (MHA) on May 17 issued a set of guidelines for lockdown 4. Meanwhile, the MHA stated that the inter-state movement of passenger vehicles and buses will be permitted with the restrictions, except in the containment zones. The Inter-state movement should be permitted with the mutual consent of the States/UTs involved.
As per the report, Haryana Transport Minister Mool Chand Sharma said that the consent of neighbouring states was awaited to restart the inter-state bus service.