KCR to revive RTC with 50 percent private fleet, new staff, as union leader Ashwathama says to move court against staff removal

Hyderabad October 7: Even as RTC strike in Telangana reaches third day on Monday, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao plans to appoint new staff by removing those who are doing strike against norms and use 50 percent private vehicles and issue route permits besides issuing notification for acthrough overhaul of the RTC.

RTC MD Sunil Sharma submitted the CM a report at Pragati Bhavan on new plan to use 50 percent privatise vrhicles, issue route permit, notification for new staff and sack the striking employees of the RTC. It is kearnt.

RTC union leader Ashwsthama Reddy expressed discontent at the CM for announcing to remove about 48000 staff for the strike.

He said to move court and intensify the protest for democracy.

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