Haryana transport minister urges unions to name off strike, Auto Information, Automobilnews
GURUGRAM: Dealing with stiff protest and steady strikes from the roadways staff over the federal government’s plan to introduce personal buses in its fleet, state transport minister Mool Chand Sharma has reached out to the employees and unions, urging them to give up their protest as the federal government is prepared for “discussions”. Earlier this week, the transport minister determined to debate the problems of roadways staff. The minister appealed to the workers that they need to not protest as an answer might be reached solely by discussions.
“A gathering of all staff’ unions associated to roadways can be held on September 2. Throughout this assembly, the problems of the workers can be mentioned and all their legit calls for can be thought-about sympathetically. Within the meantime, I attraction to all the workers and unions to name off their protest and put together for the dialogue as an alternative,” stated Sharma.The transfer comes at a time when the state roadways is grappling with acute income losses and repeated strikes of the workers in opposition to the privatisation drive of the federal government. Whereas the protesting staff have welcomed the initiative, they’re but to determine whether or not or not the protests can be known as off.
“We had deliberate to current a memorandum to the minister on September 5. It’s good that the minister himself has determined to name us and talk about the matter on the desk. We’re open to dialogue however the choice of calling of the protest is but to be taken. We’ll name a gathering of our staff and talk about our line of motion. We had deliberate a large protest on August 18 and 25,” stated Haryana Roadways Workers Union president Dalbir Kirmara.The roadways staff, nonetheless, have expressed their reservations in regards to the end result of the dialogue. “Earlier discussions haven’t yielded any end result. What occurs is that chosen individuals are known as for the assembly however nothing concrete comes out of it,” argued Sudhir Ahlawat, district head of Haryana Roadways Sanyukt Karamchari Sangh.
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