The Governor extended her hearty congratulations and best wishes to all TSRTC employees as they embark on their new roles as government employees.
TSRTC MD VC Sajjanar said that in the last two years there have been revolutionary changes in the corporation and many passenger-centric programmes have been introduced.
It would be the third such facility in Telangana, after the TSRTC Kalyana Mandapam in Hyderabad and the convention centre being built at Nirmal.
TSRTC sources said that the corporation employs more than 43,000 workers, who are now poised for revised salaries based on government pay scales, starting in September and to be reflected in October.
Puvvada says estimated burden on the exchequer would be around `3,000 crore per year
In the early hours of Saturday, TSRTC employee unions called for a flash strike for two hours from 6 am to 8 am protesting the Governor’s action of putting the TSRTC Bill on hold.