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The Road Transport Corporations Act, 1950

20. Extension of the operation of the road transport service of a Corporation to areas within another State.

  1. If a Corporation considers it to be expedient in the public interest to extend the operation of any of its road transport services to any route or area situated within another State it may,. with the permission of the State Government, negotiate with the Government of the other State regarding the proposed extension.
  2. If the Government of the other State approves the proposed extension, the Corporation shall prepare a scheme for the purpose and forward the same to the other. Government for its consent, and after such consent has been received, the Corporation may, with the previous approval of the State Government, sanction the scheme.
  3. After the scheme has been so sanctioned, it shall be competent for the Corporation to extend the operation of its road transport service to such route or area and when the operation of such service is so extended, the Corporation shall operate the service on that route or in that area subject to the provisions of any law in force in the other State within which such route or area is situated.
  4. The Corporation may, from time to time, alter or extend the scheme sanctioned under sub-section (2) by a supplementary scheme prepared and sanctioned in the manner provided in the foregoing provisions of this section.

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