Govt’s response irks SRTC employees
Jammu, Nov 25: The striking State Road Transport Corporation Employees miffed at what they termed cold response of the government team headed by Chief Secretary S S Kapur have decided to move toward Delhi to hold scheduled ‘gherao’ of Parliament.
The SRTC Union leaders waited for a day to receive government team’s invitation for resuming talks, which remained inconclusive yesterday after two-hour crucial meeting.
Chairman of the SRTC Workers’ Union Shakeel Ahmed Kuchey, provincial president Jammu Ashok Mehra, provincial president Kashmir Muhammad Amin Dar, general secretary Jammu Paramjit Singh, general secretary Kashmir Nissar Ahmed, Workshop Union president Abdul Rashid and Manzoor Ahmed represented over 4500 striking SRTC workers in the previous meeting.
Kuchey alleged that the response of the government was ‘very irresponsible’.
“We waited for the complete day for the formal invitation to resume the talks, but unfortunately all our hopes vanished,” he said.
Kuchey said Union have no other option but to move towards Delhi. “We are one and this will be our final assault and now the Union leaders and workers will be moving to Delhi for our proposed ‘gherao’ of Parliament of India,” he said
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