The ongoing strike of the TSRTC is on a blaze and garnering huge support from all the corners. It is the 22nd day of the RTC union strike with no turning back and on the other side, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has made strong confirmation once again, as there is no one who can stop the TSRTC from shutting down. On speaking to the media he said that the strike will end with RTC itself and that is going to happen soon but there is nobody who can stop shutting down of public transport RTC.
Telangana CM has cited that TSRTC has gone bankrupt and they will be shutting down soon. Despite the heat of the RTC strike, KCR has, even more, strengthened his decision and made it clear once again as RTC will no longer exist in the same form ever. On to this CM said, old RTC will not be there. 1000 % it will be not there, he asserted.
Further explaining his statements of granting 7,000 private buses KCR told that he would be making the decision on permitting the number of private buses in few days tied with low fares so that the public can use the commute happily and affordably. In between, KCR has slammed the trade Union leaders and opposition parties for making the drama of strike and also told they are playing with the lives and families of innocent employees. With the alliance of many other employee unions and opposition parties, all thought that CM KCR will surely withdraw his decision and merge the RTC but, to the great surprise, he has even strongly declared his decision of shutting down the road transport utility.
Post government decision of not merging the RTC, the unions have gone to strike ever since October 5th and over 48, 000 employees are on strike demanding the government for merging the RTC in it.