He said the part-time workers engaged in technical and mechanical services will be converted into contract employees after a period of 4-5 years for different categories.
"The revenue of HRTC during the current financial year upto May 25, 2017 increased from Rs 98.68 crore to Rs 113.42 crore, showing an increase of Rs 14.74 crore. The rise in income was possible due to successful management and dedication of HRTC," he said.
Bali asked the management to ensure plying of electric bus service on the Manali-Rohtang route during the month of June.
He also directed that the technical committee should ensure comfort and safety of passengers.
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