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Dress code for public vehicle ticket cashier

30 April 2019  

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KATHMANDU: It is now compulsory for public transport ticket counter employees to wear uniform. The Kathmandu Metropolis, traffic police and transport entrepreneurs have agreed on the provision of wearing uniform.

The provision has been first implemented from the New Bus Park area on the joint initiation of the Federation of Nepal National Transport Entrepreneurs’ Association and the Lhotse Multipurpose Pvt Ltd.

General Secretary of the Federation, Saroj Sitaula said that the new dress code (light blue shirt and gray pants), has been a good start aimed at establishing a system in the working sector.

This, he believed, will clear confusions among passengers to whom they should pay for tickets. The Federation has urged people to travel on public vehicles by taking tickets compulsory. Besides uniform, wearing of identity cards for them (employees) is compulsory.

Chief of the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division, Senior Superintendent of Police (SP) Basanta Kumar Panta said the dress code for employees handling the ticket counters would prevent passengers from being cheated. Passengers are at high risk of getting cheated mainly during festival times by ‘middle persons’.

Publish Date : 30 April 2019 13:00 PM

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