Karnataka Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy announced that all women can travel free of cost in government buses in the state. He made the announcement while speaking to reporters after a meeting with the managing directors of four divisions of the Karnataka Road Transport Corporation.

Managing Directors Of KSRTC Said, "The women can travel free of cost in government buses. There are no conditions. In our manifesto, we have not mentioned any conditions on scheme applicable for APL or BPL card-holders. State-wide women can travel at free of cost"

Minister Ramalinga Reddy stated, "I have spoken to MDs and discussed pros and cons of the scheme. I will submit the report of the meeting, including the cost and other details to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in this regard. CM Siddaramaiah has already discussed it with the Principle Secretary of Transport department"

There are 23,978 vehicles, more than 1.04 lakh employees. The state-owned buses carry 82.51 lakh people daily and generate a revenue of Rs 2,31,332 per day.


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