Drama Sorèze: Blue Line Already Involved in "Minor Accident", Indian Experts in Mauritius
8 May 2013 - Défi Media Group
PNQ of the Leader of the Opposition, this Tuesday, May 7, focused on the accident involving a Blue Line bus to the NTC occurred Sorèze, Friday, May 3
Indian experts arrive in Mauritius on Wednesday May 8 to help Mauritian investigators as part of the survey occurred on National Soreze drama where a bus NTC brand Ashok Leyland was reversed as a result of a failure of the braking system, according to the passengers. This was announced by the Minister of Public Infrastructure and Land Transport, Anil Bachoo, in response to the Private Notice Question (PNQ) the Leader of the Opposition in the May 7
Alan Ganoo wanted to know where is the investigation into the tragic accident that ten people were killed and forty wounded. He also wanted to know if the Blue Line in question has already been involved in an accident in the past.
Anil Bachoo from the outset, that several investigations are underway to shed light on this tragedy. "Everything will be done in a transparent manner," he assured.
The Minister of Public Infrastructure and Transport said that the Blue Line, registered 4263 AG 2007 - the bus involved in the accident Sorèze - has been involved in a "minor accident" last December. The accident caused no injuries, said Anil Bachoo. He also stated that the maintenance of the NTC bus regularly.