Hyderabad: The TSRTC Strike has now proven to be problematic to school and college going student. With schools starting functions on October 21, school children have been scrambling all over the roads in persuit of finding a bus with pace enough at least for them to fit in a feet. Here ypou can see the many students who are left in bus stops only waiting for a bus that might take long to come, and when it even does come, because of the time duration between the busses, it seems to be getting full even before its starts its commute.
TSRTC Strike Proving Problematic For School Going Children |Pictures|
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