KP government temporarily suspended the Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service.

The Peshawar BRT, one of the lead projects of the administration, was projected on August 13. The project was finished at a cost of Rs69 billion in 36 months.

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government on Wednesday suspended the Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) facility temporarily, as it directs a technical survey of the project’s buses for security purposes.

A new review of BRT’s transports will be held,” said Spokesperson TransPeshawar Muhammad Omair. He included, the safety of the travelers is the institute’s highest need.

He said that a detailed survey of the buses will be directed by the organization that manufactured them, including that an inquiry was additionally being done to decide why two buses of the project had burst into fire before.

He said, a complete inquiry and inspection of all buses will be directed. The BRT administration will be reestablished after it is totally cleared from defects from every single technical point, included the representative.

BRT project, going on Hayatabad’s feeder routes burst into fire today Wednesday, making it the fifth one altogether to have broken down while the third to have blown up into fire.

Before this incident, another BRT transport burst into fire close Gulbahar Station. As indicated by observers, the transport burst into flames right when it showed up at the station. This was the 3 BRT bus that caught fire. On August 26th, a metro bus’ roof caught fire

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