📩 16/12/2018 16:54
Happy News to the Tradesmen of Sakarya Public Bus: Sakarya Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department President Fatih Pistil announced that monthly income support payments for free travel to Private Public Bus tradesmen continue. Pistil, ım 2017 1 167 thousand TL for January, February and March of our support was paid to our trades. Good luck. Hayır
Sakarya Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department Chairman Fatih Pistil, Private Public Bus traders said they continue to pay monthly income support for free travel. Fatih Pistil said, ım The payment of monthly income support payments for free travel to our Private Public Bus tradesmen continues. In this context, our 2017 Million 1 thousand TL support from January, February and March of 167 was paid to our tradesmen. Good luck. Hayır
1 Million 167 thousand TL
Pistil said, eh Within the framework of the legislation regulated by the Ministry of Family and Social Policies, free travel is granted to 65 aged, disabled, martyrs and veterans. In this context, we regularly make payments to our tradesmen. 2017 1 Thousand 167 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX of support for the year reached the accounts of our trades. In addition, IBAN numbers are missing from our operators to inform the Department of Transportation to inform the Department iler he said.
Working license requirement
. We have previously stated that our tradesmen who do not have a working license cannot benefit from this right in accordance with the legislation. Our tradesmen need to obtain working license from our Metropolitan Municipality by making their vehicles compatible with laws and regulations in order to benefit from income support payments. Our tradesmen, who will receive income support for more than thousand TL per month, are also not obliged to take their tax debts from the tax offices and they should send their letters to the Accounting and Finance Department of our Metropolitan Municipality. Aylık
Let's show sensitivity.
Uz We expect our Private Public Bus tradesmen to be sensitive towards our citizens who use the right to free travel by law. There are no problems with payments. We are obliged to process the legislation as required by our tradesmen who do not use this right granted to our relatives, disabled, martyrs and veterans over the age of 65. We invite all our tradesmen to be sensitive about this. Konu