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RTC panel interim report in two months

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HYDERABAD, JAN. 5. A high-power committee constituted by the Government to suggest a revival package for the loss-making Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) will submit its interim report in two months.

Speaking to reporters after releasing posters and banners on road safety brought out by Roads India, a voluntary organisation, here on Wednesday, the Minister for Transport, S. Santosh Reddy, said the committee, headed by the Special Chief Secretary (Transport), A. K. Rao, was entrusted with the task of studying the cause for losses and also suggest ways and means to bring the RTC out of the red.

The committee comprised the Principal Secretary (Industries), K. V. Rao and the Principal Secretary (Finance), Ramakant Reddy, as members and the APSRTC Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Gautam Kumar, as convenor. To a question, Mr. Reddy said there were no plans to extend the helmet rule to other cities in the State.

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