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RTC Staff Continue Protests To Be Allowed To Rejoin

However, the police did not allow the staff to rejoin, and continued to arrest several RTC workers in the districts.
Hyderabad | 27th November 2019
TSRTC employees on Wednesday continued their protests demanding that the management and the State government allow them to resume their duties.

They held protest programs before various bus depots in all districts of the State.

Several trade unions also organized protests demanding that the State government take back the RTC crew, among them being a rally by CITU activists in the city.

However, the police did not allow the staff to rejoin, and continued to arrest several RTC workers in the districts.

The police also made sure that only temporary drivers and conductors were allowed into the depots by verifying ID cards.

Meanwhile, an RTC conductor from Suryapet district tendered his resignation to his post in protest against the attitude of the State government towards the workers.

He sent his resignation letter to the depot manager of Suryapet. The letter has gone viral on the social media.
filed in:  Telangana, Police, Telangana Police, TSRTC, Buses, Strikes, Bus Strike, Protests
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