Bus strike to continue on Thursday too
The putting RTC staff have introduced that the bus strike will continue on Thursday and indefinitely until the State authorities fulfils their demand – implement the Sixth Pay Commission suggestion for his or her salaries.
The authorities that had dominated out any negotiations with the putting RTC staff softened its stand on Wednesday, with Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa interesting to staff to finish the strike and are available for talks. “The government has fulfilled eight out of nine of their demands and has also announced a 8% salary hike. In these tough times, it is wrong of them to go on an indefinite strike. We are ready to hold talks with them, let them end the strike and come for talks with the government”, he mentioned, campaigning in Belagavi.
Kodihalli Chandrashekhar, honorary president, KSRTC Employees League, spearheading the strike held a press convention and introduced the strike will continue on Thursday as meant. “We have never said we will not talk with the government. We are ready to hold talks with the government and that is the only way ahead. Whenever the Chief Minister calls, we will go for talks, but the strike will continue,” he mentioned. When quizzed on the inconvenience brought about to the commuters, he mentioned it was the State authorities that has to reply that query.