Picture Supply : PTI/FILE Karnataka to run inter-state buses to Andhra Pradesh from June 17 (Representational picture) The Karnataka State Highway Transport Company (KSRTC) on Monday determined to begin its first inter-state operation in a phased method with companies to Andhra Pradesh from June 17. Nearly a month after resuming the inter-district companies, the transport company mentioned it might run the buses with out air-conditioners in view of the COVID-19 unfold. Within the first section, the buses would ply from Bengaluru to Anantapur, Hindupur, Kadri, Puttaparthi, Kalyanadurga, Rayadurga, Kadapa, Produtur, Mantralaya, Tirupathi, Chittor, Madanapalli, Nellore and Vijayawada. One other bus service could be from Ballari to Vijayawada, Anantapur, Kurnool and Mantralaya. The third service could be from Raichur to Mantralaya and the fourth service from Shahpur to Mantralaya and Kurnool, the transport company mentioned in an announcement. An official mentioned the buses to Telangana could resume from subsequent week whereas no choice has been taken on working buses to Kerala, Goa, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. Since Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu are the COVID-19 hotspots, Karnataka is cautious about working buses to the 2 states, the official mentioned. The KSRTC had minimised the inter-state bus companies from March 1 because the COVID-19 circumstances began rising. The service was stopped from March 24 when the lockdown was effected.  Newest India NewsFight in opposition to Coronavirus: Full protection .(tagsToTranslate)Karnataka to run inter-state buses to Andhra Pradesh from June 17(t)karnataka inter state buses to andhra