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RTC JAC comes to compromise and proposes to end strike

Earlier, KCR Government told the workers to withdraw the strike but there was no response from the workers. Now, we have to wait for the decision of the Government.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: November 21, 2019 08:59 IST
RTC JAC comes to compromise and proposes to end strike

TSRTC JAC leaders made a key decision, announced that they will end the strike if the workers return to work without any condition. This had announced as RTC workers came down after a 46-day strike which is going nowhere at this particular stage.
 
"We respect the Telangana High Court's decision and the Labour Court has two weeks' time to look into our demands. The government should immediately respond to the demands and place them before the Labour Court. We are hopeful that our demands will be met at Labour court," said Ashwathama Reddy.
 
Later he announced that TSRTC is ready to end the strike. "The government should unconditionally take back the employees and for this, they should create Oct 4th sort of circumstances. If the government continues to ignore us, we would continue the strike without any second thought," stated Ashwathama Reddy.
 
Earlier, KCR Government told the workers to withdraw the strike but there was no response from the workers. Now, we have to wait for the decision of the Government. As per reports, it is being said that the KCR government hold their ground with the suspension of RTC and will accept the proposal only if RTC employees sign the required documents and rules made by the TRS Government.


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