With an eco-friendly wedding card and special envelop, Young Officer Makarandu, Assistant Collector (U/T), Nizamabad, has welcomed VC Sajjanar, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, TSRTC, to his wedding on February 11th.
The wedding card, according to TSRTC, is constructed of seeds that may be placed in the soil and grow into plants. The envelope can be used as a face mask that is thrown away.
Sajjanar praised the officer’s efforts for coming up with a creative design for an eco-friendly wedding card as well as his concern for the environment. He also urged everyone to conserve the environment by coming up with innovative eco-friendly initiatives.
On Tuesday, a rooster was charged with bus fare for riding in a TSRTC bus at Sultanabad bus stand.
To give more specifics, a passenger named Mohammad Ali boarded the bus at B powerhouse and wrapped the rooster in a saree to hide it from the RTC officials.
When the bus arrived at the Sultanabad bus station at 11.30 a.m., the rooster began to move within the saree.
When bus conductor Thirupathi noticed rooster movement, he asked Mohammed Ali about it. The conductor was notified by Mohammed Ali that the saree contained a rooster.
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The incident occurred as the bus from Godavarikhani depot was travelling from Godavarikhani coal belt town to Karimnagar. The conductor immediately gave the rooster a Rs 30 ticket after spotting him.
When Mohammed Ali inquired about the rooster’s ticket, the conductor emphatically declared that all live things would be taxed on RTC buses.