The Sajha Yatayat is to add 24 buses to its services which are presently available in the Kathmandu Valley and some routes outside.
According to Sajha’s executive officer, Mahendra Raj Pandey, the cooperative public organization, is introducing 4 Deluxe buses and 20 city motor vehicles to expand its services. The company had signed an agreement for the purchase of new vehicles some months ago. Four buses are likely to arrive here by a week.
Remaining others will enter the valley in the near future. Demand for Sajha services is reportedly high inside and outside the Valley. Sajha operates one bus on Kathmandu-Baglung route daily and demand for expanding its long route services is increasing day by day. “We are struggling to expand its service as demanded,” said Pandey.
First introduced in 2018 B.S., Sajha Yatayat has earned good reputation for its accessible services inside and outside the valley in not so long time since it resumed following the two-decade closure.