TSRTC bus strike: Government will take it as unauthorized and illegal

TSRTC bus strike: Government will take it as unauthorized and illegal
TSRTC bus strike: Government will take it as unauthorized and illegal

The rage between the Telangana CM KCR and the TSRTC unions have been reaching peaks, day by day. Per the earlier decision of Telangana Cheif Minister of dismissing a whopping number of protesting TRSTC employees, the strike of TSRTC is being continued and CM KCR has reiterated that there will be no turn back in the decision of taking 48,000+ TSRTC employees who are in ongoing protest, let it come what it may.

Expressing strong disapproval towards the decision taken by the KCR government, Yesterday, TSRTC unions that are led by the joint action committee have decided to give a call for a massive strike and ‘Raasta Roko’ program across the major junctions of all over the state. To add strength to the strike, TSRTC is gathering whopping support from all corners which are from opposition parties, student organizations, and other employee organizations too.

Whereas on the other side, towards the decision of strike by TSRTC led JAC, a statement was released from the CM office which reads, the government will not recognize this strike and it will consider it illegal and unauthorized. It was also heard that CM KCR has even further added that under any circumstances, CM will not be holding talks with the JAC.