RTC strike - the confidence of trade unions !

It is very sad that RTC workers who have struck work and do not wish to join untill their demands are addressed by the government .Their apprehensions are manifold financial, job security ,and fulfillment of demands .
Unions are backed by all political opposition groups as expected.
But it is a tricky situation to extricate out of this knot.
The ESMA act stipulates that in cases of violation action can be taken.
Two window of opurtunities were given but if one has not utilised them the loss is for employees.
The paradox is that the trade union quotes that you cannot dissolve RTC with out permission of GOI.But the employee is not working in the office to claim the immunity .
It’s paradoxical that one sits at home ,abstains the work and expect rules to protect the corporation jobs!stay in the job fight for dissolution legally .
Just as a legal opinion exists is not sufficient to protect individual jobs as disciplinary action on individuals can be taken separately ,wages not paid and fresh people can fill the created vacancy!
Dissolving is a separate issue and alternate arrangements can always be taken to mitigate commuters sufferings like contract individuals, contract service and contrAct vehicles can be inducted ,
It will be a protracted legal battle by the time it resolves, a severe financial crisis waiting to hover on all workers .
The politicians, Union leaders cannot attend to all the needs of common wage earners all the time .
Some compromises must be made both by the governments and the workers to save this situation. more  

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RTC Unions and opposition parties are black mailing KCR. more  
Is the strike by RTC employees illegal? Which is that agency/authority to declare other than the Courts.? Is there no conciliatory authority? If, so what is their advice to the unions and Management of RTC.?. Without conveying anything on the above by the empowered agencies of Governance why is only being politicised. Government,relevant agencies of Govt Administration, Autonomous RTC, unions and all political parties should behave responsibly and find solutions to the ongoing strike. more  
RTC is governed by govt in this situation CM to React to slove but he sits at farm house operations from there as it's Pvt Ltd company he thinks people are his salvaes on other hand people suffer a lot nobody else bothered about their elected officials not doing anything for them please take seriously about C.M activity . more  
Where ur sitting is not important the output is more important more  
The unfortunate fact is that the Families of RTC Staff are put to great suffering both financially and physically. They are misguided or threatened by Masters of UNIONS. The Union Leaders are quiet comfortable with their financial holdings and support from opposition parties.  The opposition parties with no exception are always exploit such situations for their political identity.
The Employees should have taken the advantage of offer made by CM to join the duty by 5th of this month and they have lost an good opportunity.
The general public/a common person is Against the strike by Employees.  
On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 11:20:33 AM GMT+5:30, Prabhakarrao Yerragunta <support@localcirclesmail.com> wrote: more  
All public sector units under GOI and all corporations under state govts must make it a rule to sustain profitably and all loses must be borne by them .The govt cannot bail them out except once .BsNL,MTNL need to be closed as they are causing a huge lossses .The same fiscal discipline must be observed .Political rehabilitation of the ruling partys kinsmen must stop.Professional qualifiedCEOs, COOs must be appointed not IAS,IPS or retired officers looking for rehabilitation due to their closeness to the powers. more  
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