08-10-201908-10-2019 13:02:48 IST
2019-10-08T07:32:48.491Z08-10-2019 2019-10-08T07:32:42.337Z - - 15-10-2019
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday said that the TSRTC employees have themselves to blame for the current situation. He added that there was no need for the government to sack anyone but the employees ensured that happens by not reporting to duty on the stipulated time.
"From the point of view of the government and RTC, the employees are only 1,200. There is no need for the government to dismiss others. Nobody dismissed anybody. They left all by themselves as they did not report to duties before the expiry of the deadline, they have self-dismissed themselves," said a press release from Telangana government.
"I have asked the DGP to form special teams to prevent RTC employees who left the organisation from creating disturbances at the bus depots or bus stations," said the release. According to the release, the DGP will take appropriate action against everyone but 1,200 while adding that the state government has no interest in privatising the RTC.
A committee headed by Transport Principal Secretary Sunil Sharma has submitted proposals on the road ahead for RTC to the Chief Minister, which were discussed at a review meeting held at Pragati Bhavan here on Monday.
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