Talibani purdah system being implemented in public transport under the guise of 'women safety' Separating men and woman in buses: Is the move right? The debate about molestation in public places and sexual assault should be about the person who commits the act, rather than the person who is the target of unwanted physical contact. Instead, it has been about clothes, time of the day or night, â€œwhat was she doing thereâ€, etc. Now, it is about an enclosure in a bus. Buses in Hyderabad will now have a separate enclosed compartment for women which can be accessed through a sliding door. The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) which manages the transportation in both Telangana and AP approved the move on Sunday. Conductors would be allowed into the womenâ€™s section. It was introduced in 20 city buses initially, and will now be extended to all 2,600 city buses after an inspection and trial run which was organized by the APSRTC officials. The officials that recommended this move were part of a committee formed by the Telangana government consisting mainly of APSRTC members.