School-college buses can not travel from 11 to 6 in the night: the government's decision
DCM Nitin Patel said, "We have been looking for some time since many school children have been injured due to the accident, and their deaths have also been found. Help from the government has also been announced, and the injured children are being treated well. But the government has made a major decision to not make such a ban in the future. Buses taking school children from school can not travel from 11 hours to 6 hours in the morning. Buses that travel by night and do not get involved in accidents at different places in the future, buses can not travel on the night. In addition to this, the children will be able to stay at night.
Apart from this, the government has announced to provide assistance for farmers' investment expenditure in 96 talukas. In the 96 talukas, 22 lakh farmers will be paid at the earliest to Rs 2,280.
It is important that the students of Swami Vivekanand Hindi Higher Secondary High School, located in Narol area of Ahmedabad on the 25th day, were returning to Ujjain in the bus. Only then did the driver of a bus filled with Goddess Parbat in the early morning got an accident causing the driver to lose control over the steering. In this accident, the cleaner died and 24 students were injured. The injured students were immediately shifted to Godhra Civil Hospital.
Before that, a bus filled with students in Dang district was thrown into the valley. In which 10 people were killed. While 40 people were injured. The bus of Gurukripa Tuition Classes of Amroli area of Surat was reduced to a 200-feet deep valley in Dang. The bus was taken out using cranes and trailers.