The RTC buses, which were off the road for the last 27 days following the ‘Sakala Janula Samme', were back on roads from Sunday following the protesters calling off the strike.
There was good rush of commuters proceeding to Hyderabad and other major destinations such as Warangal, Godavarikhani, Nizamabad, Jagtial.
Normality in Nalgonda
Nalgonda Correspondent adds: The town bus depot was a beehive of activity with the resumption of RTC services.People in large numbers thronged the depot.
According to Nalgonda RTC Regional Manager B. Ravinder, all the 705 buses in the district were operated within the State and outside.
All 3,800 employees, except those who are sick, resumed duty.
He said the Telangana RTC employees' JAC and several staff union had appealed to the Telagana Political JAC to exempt RTC from Monday's bandh.
572 buses in Adilabad
Adilabad Staff reporter adds: Operations in all the six depots in Adilabad district were restored. “All the 572 buses are back on roads,” said RTC Adilabad Regional Manager Ch. Ajoy Kumar.
Though services were restored in the morning there were fewer passengers who boarded the buses. One of the reasons for low occupancy was the day being a weekend holiday.
Meanwhile, the TEJAC condemned politicians for diluting the stir. Adilabad unit chairman M. Rajeshwar Reddy said Ministers like Jana Reddy showed their real intent by urging employees to recall the strike.
Mahabubnagar Correspondent adds: APSRTC buses were operated from all the eight depots in the district.