Hyderabad: The Chief Minister has given a deadline of four months to TSRTC to improve its functioning, Telangana State Road Transport Corporation's newly-appointed Chairman Bajireddy Govardhan told the media on Wednesday. If TSRTC fails to improve its functioning, the government will privatize the organization.
The chief minister wanted the officials to work on loss making routes and on those routes which were making profit but now facing losses due to corona, depots which were in profit but were making loss due to increase in diesel prices . Govardhan said that it was brought to the notice of the Chief Minister that the services of the city were being damaged. The Chief Minister asked the officials to increase the cargo services and asked the officials to increase another 1,000 buses.
Expressing his concern, the RTC chairman said: "If the corporation was privatized, the employees would suffer the most. There would be no one to save. Keeping this in mind, the workers and officers should be brought back on track to bring the corporation back on track." Must try." He expressed confidence that the proposal for fare hike would be cleared during the monsoon session of the Assembly.