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KCR's Crucial Take on TSRTC Strike:- Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is quite strong and reluctant to the demands of TSRTC employees. The strike already completed 24 days and no resolution has been found. The talks too failed several times and KCR decided to take a strong move against the TSRTC strike. As per the latest update, KCR is in plans to issue permits to private players for 4000 routes across the state. This will end the monopoly of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC). KCR took this call after he discussed about this with his close aides and crucial TRS leaders, ministers.
The final call will be taken in a week during the cabinet meeting in Pragathi Bhavan. The Telangana High Court on Monday instructed the state government along with the TSRTC management to spend time to resolve the issue at the earliest. The High Court asked the government to be generous and spent some amount to rescue TSRTC from their hurdles. KCR reminded that as per the Motor Vehicle Act 2019, permits to run private buses can be issued. KCR said that the unions of RTC blackmailed the government during the holiday season with strike and this made paths for good transportation services through private operators.