KCR sacks 48000 R.T.C workers

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KCR sacks 48000 R.T.C workers

KCR sacks 48000 R.T.C workers
October 07
10:23 2019

KCR in true sense of a tough task manner chose to follow the example set by former AIADK supremo Jayalalitha and sacked 48,000 striking workers of Telangana RTC. In a sensational move, the Telangana government on Sunday announced the dismissal of 48,000-odd employees and workers of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) from service, after they launched an indefinite strike demanding solution to their long-pending problems. We have only 1200employees now, he says adding that RTC was incurring a loss of Rs 1200 crore and a debt burden of Rs 5,000 crore. Around 49,340 employees and workers of the RTC have been on strike following a call given by the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of Telangana RTC employees and workers’ unions since the early hours of Saturday. The employees have been demanding, among other things, the merger of RTC with the state government, treated as government employees, retirement at 60 years, revision of their salaries pending since April 2017 and recruitment.

The chief minister however categorically ruled out the merger of RTC and indicated partial privatization of public transport by private bus operators Everything is fine but KCR could have done all these without sacking the existing workforce.

The question arises about the Public who are the victims of these two, tough master and stubborn unions. The government might turn over and give a good picture that it is providing alternative facilities but BIG Bus stops like Secunderabad where thousands of them cross over to reach their destinies is seen with few public waiting for Private Buses.

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