Medical service on bus could be began in Hubballi: Transport minister

Hubballi: The government is mulling extending “Golden Hour Ambulance” to , said transport minister here on Tuesday.
Addressing the 9th Bus Day at Old Bus Stand, Revanna said that the using can be introduced in Hubballi if doctors in the city come forward to join the initiative. Through the system, a minimum of 10 people can be provided treatment at a time in case of emergency. The service has already been launched in Bengaluru.

Revanna further said, “Bus Day is an initiative to reduce environment pollution and save fuel. It also decongests traffic jam and enhances the safety of passengers”.

He claimed that is second in efficiency in the nation. “We have got 217 awards for better service in the state. We are also setting up Indira clinic to provide medical aid to KSRTC employees who work 24×7. We are also introducing ambulance for KSRTC labourers and passengers to help them in emergencies,” he added.

Revanna assured employees of fulfilling their demands on priority. Later, the minister travelled to Vidyut Nagar on a city bus, accompanied by MLA and NWKRTC chairman .

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