TSRTC staff rules out phoning off strike Staff of Telangana State Road Transport Company (TSRTC) continuing their hit on 30th day on Sunday, per day after Main Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao established one final time frame for them to come back to work.
The chief minister while stating the privatisation of 5,100 TSRTC routes had asked workers to return to function by November 5 night time, failing which remaining 5,000 paths can also be privatized. Joint Motion Committee (JAC) of striking staff on Weekend ruled out contacting off the hit minus the federal government meeting their demands. JAC convenor Ashwathama Reddy inquired staff to not be scared.
He suggested these to be courageous and never to compromise on their self-value. Recalling that the workers had not sent back to function despite the earlier time frame set up by the chief minister, he explained this time around to no person will sign up for the duty. He stated the main minister experienced no right to dismiss any worker.
Meanwhile, another TSRTC employee died of a heart attack. JAC frontrunners said conductor Ravinder of Warangal district died as a result of depression symptoms. About 10 workers have died since the hit started on October 5. A few of these dedicated suicide. In one more development, Telangana Higher Courtroom has summoned Chief Secretary S. K. Joshi, TSRTC in charge Controlling Director Sunil Sharma and Higher Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Commissioner Lokesh Kumar towards the courtroom on November 7, once the hearing resumes on hit.
On the earlier hearing on November 1, the legal court had pulled up Sunil Sharma for posting a false document on the dues to get paid out to TSRTC through the government and GHMC.