RTC JAC union leaders who waited for the copy of High Court’s verdict has, however, decided to call off the strike after a secluded and long meeting with the committee embers. Accepting the HC’s proposal of referring the RTC employees’ strike to the labour commissioner, the JAC leader stating that they trust in labour court for meeting justice. On this note, the leaders demanded the State government to take necessary measures to take back the employees and bring back normalcy on a war footing.
Addressing the media, RTC JAC leader Ashwadhama Reddy said that they have come to the decision owing to the distressed financial condition of employees. “This decision was taken unanimously after all the leaders of the unions at the depot, zone, and garage-level, and those of the central committee discussed it,” Ashwathama Reddy said. He also hoped that the government to respect the High Court verdict and frame a plan to meet their demands as soon as possible. However, the union leaders stated that the RTC authorities didn’t come into their contact post the Court’s verdict. They also made it clear that they are completely against the employees signing any sorts of conditional documents.