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RTO Kashmir office shifted to Bemina in Srinagar

Rehan Qayoom Mir

Srinagar, Feb 27: The Regional Transport Office (RTO) Kashmir has announced to shift it’s main office to a new building in Bemina on Tuesday.

The move, aimed at enhancing efficiency and accessibility, may cause temporary disruptions in routine services for a few days.

The RTO Kashmir Syed Shahnawaz Bukhari, told the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), that the transition to the new location is being meticulously planned to minimize inconvenience to the public.

“Efforts are underway to ensure a smooth shift while maintaining essential services as much as possible during the transition period,” he added.

He added that, in light of the relocation, people are advised to anticipate possible delays in accessing RTO services during the transition phase.

However, to facilitate the public, the RTO has announced that the new office in Bemina will be open for visitors starting Thursday.


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