Now, old low-floor KSRTC buses in Kerala will be turned into classrooms
First such classroom will become a reality in a state-run school in the capital city
After the COVID-19 pandemic struck, several of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) buses have been lying idle and are not condition to be put back on road.
The state government has now decided that the loss-making state-run KSRTC buses will not be scrapped, instead, the buses will be put into some good use.
Speaking to the media, State Transport Minister Antony Raju said that the old buses will now be turned into classrooms for students.
First such classroom will become a reality in a state-run school in the capital city, which will be given two low-floor buses.
According to sources, there are around 400 buses of the KSRTC which are not road worthy and have to be scrapped.
It remains to be seen, how many of these will now be turned into classrooms.
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