Hyderabad: Despite the strike notice issued by the unions, the Telangana government has decided to face the consequences which led to the RTC strike which is on full bash now. Almost 10,000 buses were retained to the depots and government’s efforts aren’t meeting the needs of people travelling during the festival season. Amidst the negotiations and deadlines, citizens are the ones who fell victim to this political vendetta. Many of the people who reached Hyderabad to spend the festival with their family members are now stuck in the city with limited sources to go back. According to the schedules of schools and colleges, the holidays end by Oct 14 which is now making citizen turn apprehensive. And to mitigate this, the Telangana government has come up with a solution!
If the information from the trusted sources is to be believed, the Telangana government is looking forward to extending the Dussehra holidays for all educational institutions. The government has announced holidays from September 28th and like never before the holidays accumulated to 16 days including Sundays and two Saturdays. Despite this, the government might come up with the statement to extend the holidays considering the transportation crunch. If so, this will be an added benefit to the government that has taken the buses of many schools and colleges to compensate the halted RTC buses.