TSRTC employees claim that the Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao has ignored them completely.
Warangal Urban: The TSRTC workers union claimed the state government to address their concerns instantly or face objections from them. The workers had alleged that the Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao has neglected them totally.
They jagged out that though the Singareni workers have got the salary for the period of ‘sakala janula samme’, they are yet to receive their salary. The Chief Minister had done some promises to the RTC employees but unsuccessful to keep them.
He claimed the administration to take out such plans and had announced that the workers would take up sequences of agitations to put force on the administration.
He had said some gate meetings and dharnas will be held at all the bus depots on 3rd January and then ‘Chalo RM office’ will be conducted on January 7. If the Telangana government fails to report the numerous issues of the RTC employees, the distress will be strengthened, he notified.
“Though the former Congress government regularized 25,000 contract employees, this government did not make a single staffing since the former two- and-a- half years. They must block the vacant posts instantly. The state of affairs of the staffs in RTC is against the well-being of the employees,” he said.
Employee’s union president E.S. Babu said the workers anticipated a better life after the creation of Telangana state but were intensely dissatisfied as they grown nothing. “What is the drive of our fight for Telangana if we are still struggling for our right?” he probed.
“We want leave encashment tolls which have been imminent for the era of 2012-2016. Rs 1000 crore budget should be owed to TSRTC each year. The 3,000 outmoded buses in the state should be substituted,” he demanded. The TSRTCEU which is allied to AITUC held a conference together newly and decided to take up the concerns of the employees together.