Strike by TSRTC unions is illegal, will take decision to issue permits to private buses: KCR
After the strike began on 5 October, KCR had said that all the 48,000-plus employees
The chief minister categorically stated that everything will be solved once he gives permits to private buses
HYDERABAD : The fate of the Telangana State Road Transportation Corporation (TSRTC) will be decided in the next five to six days, said Telangana chief minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) on Thursday. KCR lashed out against union leaders of the TSRTC for leading an “illegal" strike since 5 October, resulting in state-run buses staying off roads from 20 days as over 48,000 employees of the TSRTC have been abstaining from work.