This has been reported in telegraphindia.com dated 1 March 2016.
A transport department official has indicated that police in Calcutta and Howrah and the public vehicles department have given the necessary clearances.
The buses will start from the Golabari police kiosk, where police would be heavily deployed to instill a sense of security among passengers. Officers in Lalbazar have promised to provide vehicles plying at night with proper security.
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