The decision is to create awareness to investigate discrimination in the private sector and take necessary steps. In 2019 itself, Bahten had appointed a team for this. Strong action will be taken if violations are found. A strong awareness in this regard has been created in the private sector. The minister said that the companies are ready to comply with the law. Complaints can be reported at 17873919 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can go directly to the Ministry headquarters and file a complaint.
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At the same time, expatriates are in high hopes with the addition of IndiGo service from Bahten to various cities in India. With the start of service to various cities, a major problem faced by the passengers is being avoided. The program will no longer be able to charge extra during peak hours. The problem faced by the expatriates for a long time has now been solved.
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