High Court puts check to KCR’s private bus plans

The High Court asked the Advocate General to submit the cabinet decision on allowing private buses to run in specified routes in a sealed cover.
High Court puts check to KCR’s private bus plans

While KCR is thinking vigorously about the future proceedings as his stubbornness and sensational decisions haven’t brought the RTC workers back to work, the Telangana High Court gave a shocker to him. In one more setback to Telangana CM KCR, the Telangana High Court has put a stay on the decision to privatize 5100 routes in the state.
 
However, yesterday the High Court expressed its deep disappoint with the state government's attitude. In fact, a shocking thing got revealed that APSRTC is not divided and TSRTC has no legality.
 
After hearing arguments on Public Interest Litigation petition filed by Prof PL Vishweshwar Rao, the High Court gave a stay on the Telangana government’s decision to give permits to 5,100 private buses in specified routes and posted the next hearing to Monday.
 
The petitioner said that the State government has no right to give permits to private buses when TSRTC doesn’t exist. The High Court asked the Advocate General to submit the cabinet decision on allowing private buses to run in specified routes in a sealed cover. Overall the row between KCR government and RTC strike is getting twisted but the solution isn't coming out yet.



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