CM K Chandrasekhar Rao And Governor Discussed Over TSRTC Issue
A few days ago, the Telangana High court had made its final judgment over the TSRTC case on hearing the proposal of K Chandrasekhar Rao for the privatization of buses in Telangana state. The other big news is coming out, that in a meeting of the chief minister and Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan, TSRTC issue was discussed wherein a new revenue system was also in focus.
According to our reports, there would be no change in the number of buses to run on private demands that are fixed at 5100.
The HC states, "Telangana government has complete rights for privatizing the TSRTC buses under Section 102 of the Motor Vehicle Act and it cannot interfere with the cabinet's decision."
However, JAC employees were not satisfied with the HC verdict as they believed that their strike of almost 48 days will go in vain. This has brought a setback to around 48000 workers who were protesting and had also held campaigns for days.
Now the JAC has asked the employees to return to work from Tuesday and get onto their duty without breaking any law and order. Employees had respected the decision and decided to return to their work, but on the other hand, RTC MD denied their proposal and instead warned them of any misbehaviour.