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Cool-cool Baraatis: UP Roadways to provide ‘AC Janrath buses’ for marriage parties

Ghaziabad: Uttar Pradesh roadways on Thursday announced its plan to provide rental air-conditioned bus service 'Janrath' on low cost to marriage parties.

The affordable service will give its 2x2 'Janrath Buses' on rent for marriages and other tourist purposes, said Ashok Kumar Shrotriya, additional regional manager of UPSRTC. The booking of the three 40 seater AC 'Janrath Buses' will be done on 'first come first serve basis' at ARM office, Sahibabad and consumers will be charged Rs 20,000/per bus (excluding night charge), he said.
All the buses have been fitted with 2x2 push-back seats. The buses would be equipped with LED screens with 4 channel music system giving passengers a leisure time to enjoy their journey. Baraatis can also access internet on Wi-fi during their travel.

A GPS tracking system has been fitted to know the location of bus, he said. On an average rupees 1.25 per kilometer/per passenger will be charged for 400 kilometers per day.

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