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Buses back on Seemandhra roads
Buses Back on Seemandhra Roads, RTC buses, Telanagana Issue. After two months, RTC buses were back on the roads of Seemandhra on Saturday, as the employees called off their strike. Over 12,000 buses came out of depots in the 13 Seemandhra districts
After two months, RTC buses were back on the roads of Seemandhra on Saturday, as the employees called off their strike. Over 12,000 buses came out of depots in the 13 Seemandhra districts. Bus services also resumed between Hyderabad and Seemandhra, providing much needed relief to people and restoring some normalcy in the region, which has been witnessing protests for the last two months over the CWC decision on Telangana.
The employees called off the strike following talks with Transport Minister Botcha Satyanarayana, RTC Managing Director AK Khan and other officials on Friday night. The government agreed to consider all service-related demands of the employees. The government appealed to them to resume duty in view of the severe cyclonic threat to the coastal region and also in view of the festival season. According to a report from Kakinada in East Godavari district, the government also agreed to consider the strike period as leave and decided to pay two-month salary.