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    Protest at Kirtistambh on Friday and demands more buses in time

    Students aggressively protest for not getting regular buses to reach their colleges. They protest at Kirtistambh on Friday and demand more buses at that too in time.

    Students from Vadodara city are studying in various colleges and every day they have to catch buses to reach there. However for quite some time the students are complaining of not getting buses regularly and inspite of various representations the issue was not resolved.

    On Friday they aggressively protest at Kirtistambh bus stand and buses were stopped for a brief period. However later the ST employees and officials mediate and silence the matter. One of the student Rahul Parmar said they are facing problems of irregular buses and inspite of various representations the issue is not resolved and hence they took the step. They demand for quick resolution of their problems.

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