Hyderabad, Jan 2 (Hydnow): TSRTC rental bus owners have made it clear that they will go on strike from January 5 if their problems are resolved.
The Owners of TSRTC Rented Buses today said that the number of passengers has increased with the Mahalakshmi scheme and if the crowd increases, the buses are damaged.
they asked who is responsible if any accident happens due to a large number of passengers. If we don’t get insurance for the accident, they file cases against us. Even if tenders were called for new buses, no one submitted tenders, it is not available. We request not to float the tenders, said the owners of the rented buses. (Hydnow)
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