MTC Bus — Conductor and Driver

MTC Bus no: 153, route: koyambedu to Kumananchavadi .
Date: 03/02/2023
Time: 02.00 P.M
Dear Sir/Madam,
I am writing to report an incident that occurred on a government bus, which I boarded on 03/02/2023 from MGR koyambedu to Kumananchavadi. The bus conductor, whose name I did not manage to get, was discriminating against male passengers by only issuing tickets to female passengers.
As I boarded the bus, I noticed that the conductor was only giving bus tickets to women and did not bother to issue any tickets to men. When I asked him why he was only giving tickets to women, he simply ignored me and went to sit in his seat.
This discriminatory act by the bus conductor is unacceptable and goes against the principles of equality and fairness. All passengers, regardless of their gender, have the right to purchase a bus ticket and travel on the government bus.
I urge you to investigate this matter and take appropriate action against the bus conductor. It is essential that all bus conductors are trained to treat passengers with respect and not to discriminate against them based on their gender.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
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