Hyderabad: CM KCR had a master plan to isolate TSRTC workers, from attaining the support of Telangana Non-gazetted Officers' Association (TNGO) by giving 3 per cent hike in Dearness Allowance (DA) to the TNGO employees.
CM KCR met with government employees in Pragati Bhavan and announced the DA hike. With this clever move of Telangana Chief Minister the ruling party Telangana Rashtra Samithi has succeeded in stopping the TSRTC employees from getting the support of TNGO employees to the TSRTC strike.
Telangana High Court Over TSRTC Strike
The Telangana state high court had adjourned the hearing of the TSRTC strike to October 15.
On Thursday, October 10 at the hearing, the Telangana government had informed the high court judge over alternate arrangements taken up by them in the state to avoid any inconvenience to passengers.
The government lawyer argues that the TSRTC strike is against the law. After listening to the arguments from both ends, the court came to an opinion that the report submitted is unclear and asked to produce a detailed report.