Till now everyone thought that APSRTC had bifurcated, but the center clarified that APSRTC is not bifurcated yet. The advocate general (AG) on behalf of the center informed the government that the union government has a 33 percent share in APSRTC but it will not get transferred to TSRTC.
The center has clarified that APSRTC is not bifurcated and TSRTC has no legality. The court heard the arguments of the center for a good amount of time and a lot has debated about section 45 of the AP Bifurcation Act. Advocates on behalf of TSRTC informed the media that when APSRTC is not divided, Telangana CM KCR's decisions have no value. But the chief secretary argued that APSRTC re-organization will come under schedule 9.
High Court questions the advocates of behalf of the Telangana government. "When the APSRTC division is pending, how can a new RTC get formed? We have asked the Government to pay 47 crores at least as a temporary measure. The Government didn’t even do that. Why is the government so adamant and is not looking at the problem with a humanity view." The hearing went on for four hours. All are hopeful that in another two or more days, they will find a solution to this whole issue.