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APSRTC and the Physically challenged

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  • Yeddanapudi markandeyulu
    APSRTC and the Physically challenged In the APSRTC buses about 40 per cent of the seats are reserved for ladies. Two seats are reserved for senior citizens.
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      APSRTC and the Physically challenged


      In the APSRTC buses about 40 per cent of the seats are reserved for
      ladies. Two seats are reserved for senior citizens. But just one
      specific seat is reserved for the physically challenged! It may be a
      blind person who has to search for that reserved seat and also know
      whether it is already occupied by another physically challenged. HE IS
      EXPECTED TO SEE!!!!


      A polio afflicted person who can only crawl is expected to go to that
      one specific seat. The physically challenged may be a former army
      officer who lost his limbs while fighting the enemy or a police
      officer who lost his limbs while performing his duty.


      IS IT NOT BASIC DECENCY TO GIVE SEATS TO THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED AS
      FIRST PREFERENCE? LADIES OR MEN, EVERYONE MUST GIVE HIS/HER SEAT TO
      THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED.THAT IS MINIMUM DECENCY.


      Y.Markandeyulu
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