KCR Announced 49000 TSRTC Employees to Join Back Duties: Reiterating that his government was a compassionate and responsible, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has asked the workers and employees of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) to join duty on Friday morning.
Addressing a press conference after a cabinet meeting here on Thursday, Telangana Cm K Chandrashekhar Rao listed out various measures to tackle the precarious financial condition of the TSRTC, all the while asserting that he would not condone the TSRTC union leaders who had pushed the corporation into doldrums for their selfish gains.
Here are the salient points of the KCR press conference.
- KCR Announced 49000 TSRTC Employees to Join Back Duties
- Government to provide Rs 100 crore as immediate financial assistance
- Government to permit the TSRTC to hike bus fares by 20 paise per kilometer from next Monday
- This would help mop up Rs 750 crore to help TSRTC tide over the crisis
- Government to provide job to the kin of those employees who died during the strike period
- There won’t be any conditions for employees to join duty
- Employees Unions will not be condoned for what they did to the corporation
- Chief Minister to invite five employees per depot to discuss and finalize the future course of action on the corporation
- Government to start Employee Welfare Councils with two employees from each depot to ensure the welfare of workers
- The government to bring out a detailed report on RTC to enable employees to know the actual situation.