EMIs not paid, mortgage restoration males ‘hijack bus’ with 34 passengers in Agra


Lucknow, August 19

UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has sought a report on the ‘bus hijack’ incident that passed off in Agra on Wednesday morning when representatives of a finance firm drove off with 34 passengers because of the non-payment of EMIs.

Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Avanish Awasthi advised reporters that the Chief Minister has directed the District Magistrate and Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) in Agra to take stern motion within the matter.

Awasthi mentioned that every one passengers have been protected and had been dropped off at Jhansi from the place they’d gone to their respective locations.

UP minister and spokesman Siddhartha Nath Singh mentioned that the Shri Ram Finance Company that took away the bus must face motion.

Three workers of the finance firm had pushed off with the bus and its passengers after making the driving force and the conductor get off the bus at Thana Malpura on Wednesday morning.

The bus conductor Ram Vishal Patel advised reporters that folks from the finance firm had advised them that the bus proprietor had not paid eight instalments and therefore they have been taking the bus away.

Incidentally, the proprietor of the bus had died on Tuesday and his son was busy with the cremation on Wednesday when the ‘hijack’ passed off.

IANS



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