MSRTC Strike: 238 employees dismissed from their jobs, around 1200 have been suspended, Know why

Mumbai: The services of 238 daily salaried employees of the corporation were terminated (238 employees dismissed) last Friday due to the Maharashtra state road transport corporation (MSRTC Strike) employees' strike and 297 people have been suspended. In fact, an official stated that "in the first phase, notices were sent to 2296 daily salaried employees, and the services of 238 people were terminated."

If the strike is not called off and people refuse to return to work, harsh actions will be taken. "A total of 2,296 out of 2,584 daily-paid employees were issued letters earlier this week and requested to come to work within 24 hours, but only 32 returned to work," the official continued. On Friday, we suspended 297 more employees, bringing the total number of people we've taken action against to 2,776. Let us clarify that MSRTC employees have been on strike since October, demanding that the company and the state government unite.

MSRTC operations have been suspended at 250 bus depots since November 9 due to the protest. The state's 250 depots, according to officials, are all closed. Simultaneously, he stated that over 4,000 employees reported working on Sunday, and the company operated approximately 80 buses on various routes. Uddhav Thackeray, the Chief Minister, has called for an end to the strike, claiming that it is disproportionately affecting the poor. Let me inform you that msrtc employees have been on strike since October 28 in protest of the state administration's decision to merge the loss-making enterprise with the state government.

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