17 Sep Today it is ksrtc, the next day it could be Kseb.
Well, today it is ksrtc, the next day it could be Kseb. These beasts are in the name of social service are least well managed govt companies perhaps in the entire world. Whether or not they make profit their pay Chechi is secure in the hands of a egalitarian govt.
I always wondered why in the world ksrtc should operate all the schedules even on holidays? And that too with the crew and say ten or so passengers.
I am sure until yesterday, no one including senkumar never worried about profit an correct management,
I recommend a mind like rishi raj Singh to sit at the helm of ksrtc, as this soul is after idling ever even when he is asleep.
Mr sigh is like Martin Luther king with a dream. Others in bureaucracy are day dreamers.
Then again, think the rest of India’s transport corps, who are operating with lower losses or even profit.
We need to thank balakrishna Pillai for bringing back pension, unlike any other corporation. The Rtc was created with the goal of no statutory pension, but the drivers leader sitting in the cabinet allowed pension to staff.
Well diesel cost will go up steadily as it is like gold, gets to india by import and not indigenously.
Perhaps no one will be able to save the ksrtc if the unions stick to their guns and partisanship.
No economy can save any org that incurs loss at the level chores each day.
Let us put ksrtc under the Tamil Nadu corp management for three years and see how it learns to float.
No crew wants to usage diesel consumption. Keep the engine running she the bus stops more than a minute.
The social cause is the slogan but bleeding the commoner is the reality.
Eb imports 500 mw to meet the peak demand each day.
Thanks to every environmentalist and activist for blocking all efforts to generate mor mw in Kerala.