Under dramatical circumstances, RTC employees announcing that they would join back and then RTC management rejecting their statement took place in flash speed. However, the KCR-led government calling for a cabinet meeting has raised speculations that the government is on the verge of ending the deadlock any time after the meeting. Close sources of TRS revealed that the CM and his team will decide upon the RTC fortune in the upcoming Cabinet meeting starting from 2 PM on Thursday.
In no time the RTC strike called by the employees has touched the Centre leaders and was extensively covered by certain national media. Under these circumstances, a few of the political analysts stated that KCR will not jump to unnecessary conclusions which would turn as a weapon in the hands of BJP which is trying to anchor their party in the state. Grapevine has it that even majority of the ministers have had talks with KCR urging him to end the strike as it has brought some serious friction for TRS in their respective constituencies. And a many of them are confident that their supremo would conclude the cabinet meet with a positive decision over the issue. On the hand, the RTC employees have softened their stand over many of the demands which came to a good sign for KCR’s government. Meanwhile, certain MLAs had some other thoughts for the Cabinet meeting. They speculated that KCR might have called for the meet to toughen the stand. “He might instruct us to prepare the grounds in our respective constitutions for the uphill decision taken. Anything might happen,” claimed one of the ministers. If this is believed to be true, this Cabinet meeting is going to turn crucial for both RTC employees and ministers who tend to be answerable for the people of their constituencies.