- Employees demand a merger with MSRTC state government, which generates losses
- Operations are closed at the 250 state warehouses due to the strike.
- Employees began an indefinite strike as of October 28
Mumbai. Employees of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC), firm in their claim to merge the corporation at a loss with the state government, continued their strike on Monday, leading to the suspension of bus services. in all seasons. Officials said the 250 warehouses in the state are closed for operations. He said that about 4,000 workers entered service on Sunday and that the corporation operated about 80 buses on various routes.
“Today, bus operations at all 250 stations are suspended, although many workshop workers have resumed work,” said an MSRTC spokesman. The workers had started an indefinite strike since October 28 and earlier this month the they sped up.
It has refused to withdraw the claim to merge MSRTC with the state government. With the merger, they will get government employee status along with a better salary.