ISLAMABAD  (APP) - The only efficient transport service between the twin cities, Varan Transport Service, is facing so many challenges due to some elements of some student unions. "The hostile attitude of some student union leaders has made it absolutely impossible  for the Varan management to carry on with the service. We are considering whether or not to carry on with the bus service if such situation prevails," said Chairperson of Varan Transport, Uzma Gul, in an exclusive talk with the Agency here on Wednesday. "So far, the mobs of students, who have attacked our buses at the behest of some student unions' leaders, have broken the windows of 17 buses. This has caused a loss of Rs 5 million," she said. She said that the students had been demanding free-transportation for themselves and their colleagues, which the management could not afford at all, keeping in view the rising fuel prices and other relevant expenditure. "Besides, the students wanted to sit in female-compartments of the buses so that they could tease the girl students. This was not possible and the bus drivers and conductors did not allow such a practice, resulting into the damage. Even some students also snatched cash from our bus conductors," she added. Residents of the twin cities have been facing acute shortage of efficient public transport and such an unfriendly attitude at the hands of students will discourage other transport companies to run their buses in twin cities. It is the responsibility of principals, teaching staff and parents to guide the youth about their role in collective betterment of the society. If Varan terminates its service, thousands of  commuters, including working women and girl students will suffer a lot.