TSRTC strike continues for the second day
With the buses going off-road, the TSRTC continued their strike for the second day.
With the buses going off-road, the TSRTC continued their strike for the second day. The buses were confined to the depots while hundreds of passengers stranded at the bus stations.
Meanwhile, around 160 employees out of 50,000 withdrew the strike and joined the duties on Saturday evening after the government warned to sack the employees participating in the strike.
The buses were run amidst the tight security on Saturday. However, the passengers faced the striking effect although the government arranged alternate measures and stranded the bus stations for hours.
On the other hand, the private vehicles made the most of the strike by charging passengers extra. While the ticket from Hyderabad to Karimnagar was Rs 190, the passengers paid Rs 600-800.