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30 more for Sajha

Sunday, November 27th, 2016
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Sajha Yatayat, a cooperative public transportation organisation, added 30 new buses to its fleet amidst an inauguration ceremony held in its base station in Pulchok on Sunday.

The brand new buses inaugurated by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal  come in a 2 x 2 seating arrangement with PVC modular seats offering more space to commuters. They are also disabled friendly, and have been modified with a mechanical ramp for wheelchairs.

The buses, which came into operation on Sunday, made its first trip to Singha Darbar with the PM accompanied by other government officials.

Photojournalists Bikram Rai and Smriti Basnet bring you some glipmses from the day of the inauguration.

Pic: Smriti Basnet

Pic: Smriti Basnet

Pic: Smriti Basnet

Pic: Smriti Basnet

Pic: Smriti Basnet

Pic: Smriti Basnet

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai 

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

Pic: Bikram Rai

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2 Responses to “30 more for Sajha”

  1. Shyam Adhikari on Says:

    Excellent work in serving the public who do not have vehicles. However, we need more environment friendly vehicles. In Kathmandu there are too many vehicles run by diesel which is the main cause of pollution. Nepal Yatayat is doing wonderful job serving the commuters. There is only one problem with it and it is the massive pollution that it creates in Kathmandu. Why can’t we have CNG run public buses so that pollution is diminished to the maximum. Can we have some one like Kul Man Ghising who can perform miracles in reducing pollution in the city like that of ending load shedding. Kul Man Ghising should be awarded and rewarded for making impossible possible. We need more officials like to make our country great =.


  2. Dinkar Sharma on Says:

    Let me first of all congratulate Sajha Samsthan on adding 30 buses in Kathmandu and improving the public transport system in the city. Public transport is a lifeline of the city for those who cannot afford to won their own vehicles. Likewise Nepal Yatayat is doing a wonderful job in providing service to the public, however the vehicle pollution the buses create needs to be stopped immediately. Sajha and Nepal Yatayat should convert their vehicles to CNG which produces less emission. Some one like Mr. Kul Man Ghising who made impossible possible in ending the load shedding in the city, must come forward and ban all vehicles running in the city which are crossing the limits of pollution. Let me take this occasion to show my respect to Mr. Kul Man for the wonderful work he has done by ending load shedding. He must be given the highest award and reward in the country while those who preceded him in this position must be penalized for the pain and losses inflected to the people and the country.


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