Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao called for an emergency review meeting with Telangana Minister of Transport Puvvada Ajay Kumar and other officials on November 6th on the TSRTC strike. It was learned that CM-KCR had asked the officials during the meeting to prepare an affidavit which is to be presented to the High Court today, which contains information on Road Transport Corporation’s income, assets, salaries and other details. Has been asked to provide. The ongoing meeting will also focus on the issue of privatization of the TSRTC.
It is to be remembered that despite the CM-KCR setting the 5th November deadline for protesting Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) employees to resume work, 48,000 TS Only 350 of the RTCs reported working.
The CMKCR announced that Telangana’s state cabinet has decided to allocate 5,100 out of 10,400 routes to private operators and warned that if those arriving at the strike by midnight on November 5 are on duty. If I do not join, other options will be given to them. The government is not ready to integrate the TSRTC with the state government.
But the RTC Joint Action Committee (JAC) unions ignored the CMKCR’s deadline and demanded a merger of the TSRTC with the state government. What. Even RTC JAC President Ashutama Reddy said he had boycotted CMKCR’s call to resume his services.
If CMKCR is up to its announcement then TSRTC has 50% RTC and 50% private buses operating in Telangana.