Negligence of TSRTC, Passengers survived narrowly
Another incident noted, TSRTC are running busses Without fitness, A bus consisted of 49 Passengers survived narrowly A rtc bus of sangareddy depot scheduled to travel from lingaRTC department, mpalli to Vijayawada
Another incident noted, TSRTC are running busses Without fitness, A bus consisted of 49 Passengers survived narrowly. A rtc bus of sangareddy depot scheduled to travel from lingampalli to Vijayawada.
After bus started from lingampalli at 11 PM, when it reached moosapet bridge the rear tyres of bus seperated from bolts and got detached. According to a passenger, Even though all the passengers screamed and urged to stop the bus, Driver Osman even didn't tried to stop the bus.
Later passengers forced the driver to stop the bus. This could be considered as recklessness of the RTC department. In fact every bus must be checked and verified by the Depot authorities, the Bus which was scheduled to travel over 200 kms Should be definitely checked for fitness of the vehicle and verified by the depot authorities And then a bus must be allowed on the the roads.
This incident could be more dangerous, if the bus is on highway with speed. The carelessness of the depot and Driver could cost Innocent lives of the passengers.
The recklessness of the depot reported twice by the passengers in this incident, even after confessing the whole story of the detached tyres and urged for an another bus, innocent passengers waited for three hours in the cold climate.
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