After a tough fight for almost 52 days, the RTC employees and the unions have called off the meeting and announced that they would join back in their respective duties from Tuesday. However, the RTC management and the government took no qualms to reject their plea of joining back. The RTC MP Sunil Sharma released a statement saying that the step would be against laws. This has pushed the future of almost 49,000 employees into uncertainty who are now protesting near the deports which have a tight line of security.
On the other hand, Telangana state government has called for a 2-day cabinet meeting from Thursday. This meeting going to be held in Pragati Bhavan took prominence amidst the raising concerns over RTC employees and privatisation of certain routes. Close sources revealed that the main agenda of the cabinet meeting is to discuss the fortune of RTC and settle down the issues like assets, debts, privatisation e.t.c. and would be extended until Friday if needed.