Haryana to buy 4,150 buses, to appoint drivers
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With a view to increasing the fleet strength of Haryana Roadways buses to 4,150 during the current financial year, the state government today decided to adopt such a system which would facilitate quick filling up of posts of drivers.
Haryana Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda here, approved the proposal of the Transport Department to take the posts of drivers outside the purview of Haryana Staff Selection Commission and fill these departmentally.
The Cabinet also approved the proposal of the Public Works (Building and Roads) Department to close departmental collection of toll at two points that is Deodhar-Nainawali section of Buria Khadri Deodhar Nainawali road and Chandimandir Jallah road.
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