District unit of the Youth Congress on Tuesday presented a memorandum to Punjab roadways traffic manager Anil Jairath demanding that the bus staff should show better conduct towards students travelling on bus-pass.
The activist led by district president of Youth Congress Kaku Ahluwalia met the traffic manager and apprised him of the harassment faced by students travelling on passes.
"Employees are very rude to the students holding the passes, especially the girl students. They pay as per prescribed norms so they should be treated with decency. The conductors cannot outwardly deny them for travelling in the buses," Ahluwalia said.
Ahluwalia also alleged that the mini buses do not comply with the rules and regulations and also play vulgar music in loud. "It sometimes becomes embarrassing for our mothers and sisters. Hence they should be checked and fined for violation of traffic norms," he said.
"If the authority fails to take necessary action, we will be forced to hold demonstrations and resort to legal actions against the guilty," he added.
Those who were present include Harman Ahluwalia, Rajesh Agnihotri, Kulwinder Singh, Jagdeep Singh Sonu, Rajinder Sharma, Garish, Paramjit Singh, Goldy Jass, Johny Jamsher, Jaideep Singh Malhi, Gurdeep Singh, Munish Cantt and Sudharshan.