RTC Buses, Autos To Go Off Roads On Sept. 2

31 Aug, 2016 12:18 IST|Sakshi
September 2 is a nationwide bandh jointly called by major trade unions

Hyderabad: Public transport will come to a standstill as auto rickshaws and TSRTC buses will go off roads on September 2 due to a nationwide bandh jointly called by major trade unions.

Nearly 80,000 auto rickshaws and 10,000 RTC buses will be off roads and nearly 50,000 RTC workers will be participating in the strike.

Trade unions on Tuesday said they will go ahead with nationwide strike on September 2, rejecting as completely inadequate the government’s 42 percent hike in minimum wage to Rs 350 per day.

Nearly 80,000 auto rickshaws and 10,000 RTC buses will be off roads and nearly 50,000 RTC workers will be participating in the strike

“The government’s minimum wage announcement is completely inadequate. The strike stands and we demand they should enact a law to fix minimum (universal) wage,” said Gurudas Dasgupta, All India Trade Union Congress General Secretary.


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