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TSRTC Employees Take a Pledge on Strike:- The ongoing TSRTC strike crossed a month and a possible resolution was not found. While the TSRTC JAC and the employees are demanding the government to fulfill their demands, the Telangana government and Chief Minister KCR clarified that they would never turn true. The major demand of the merger is not possible clarified KCR after which the TSRTC employees decided not to call off the strike. KCR imposed a deadline but only 208 employees rejoined back by last night. The employees took a pledge to protest and continue their strike till their demands are reached.
On Tuesday, the TSRTC employees protested across the state in public and pledged not to step back after a long strike. They are strict on their stands and the JAC, other unions met in Hyderabad to discuss about their future plans. Several opposition party leaders supported the employees during their strike. All India Agriculture Welfare Union Chief B Venkat asked the government to reveal their stand at the earliest and support TSRTC employees. TSRTC JAC Chief Ashwathama Reddy once again clarified that the Telangana government has no right to privatise TSRTC as the Centre holds 31% of the share. TSRTC employees decided to stage a protest before all the RTC bus stands along with their families.
(Video Source: ETV Telangana)