Speaking to the media after the High Court further adjourned the hearing in the bus strike case, TSRTC employee unions' JAC Convenor Ashwatthama Reddy said that the JAC was ready to hold talks with the government.
He said that the court had slammed the government again for failing to hold talks on the strike, clearly showing who was responsible for the stalemate. Instead of speaking for nine hours with his officials, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao could call them for 90 minutes and end the RTC strike, Reddy said.
He also appealed to the people to support the JAC's "Million March" at Tank Bund on November 9 to press the government to end the strike.
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