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High Court dismissed writ petition filed by APSRTC Employees Union
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High Court dismissed writ petition filed by APSRTC Employees Union

APSRTC proposal of hiring of private buses gets nod

Hyderabad, February 8, 2008

Today, the Justice CV Nagarjuna Reddy of AP High Court dismissed a writ petition filed by the APSRTC Employees Union wherein they had complained about the issue of APSRTC hiring private buses.

Justice Nagarjuna Reddy dismissed the petition on the ground that the employees did not have the locus standi to question the authority of the APSRTC to hire buses as the RTC was an independent statutory body and that the Corporation had its own set of rules and regulations.

The court further said in its order that the agreement entered between the employees and the government in 2004 was a gentlemen’s agreement and that the terms and conditions of promising not to engage private operators were not mentioned in the subsequent between the corporation and the employees. The bench dismissed the writ petition.

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