The Times of India: ""As far as Aurangabad is concerned, public transport is nobody's child. Bestowing the city with an efficient public transport does not figure on the agenda of the politicians concerned. The civic administration too is least bothered about the issue," she said.
Bharati said on behalf of her advocacy group Jagruti Mahil Mach, she had submitted several memorandums to the AMC and MSRTC seeking revival of public transport in the city. "The civic body does not realise the importance of offering public transport. The MSRTC too has been running it half-heartedly. Our pleas for revival of public transport have been falling on deaf ear," she added. "