Commuters face hardships as metro buses go off street
Amritsar, September 15
The Metro buses being run on the native routes within the metropolis remained off roads on Thursday as the workers initiated a protest over the problem of delay in salaries, non-payment of arrears and different points.
Staff protest delay in wage
- Staff initiated a protest over the problem of delay in salaries, non-payment of arrears and different points
- The protest by the workers brought about inconvenience to each day passengers as they had been unable to succeed in their locations on time
- Metro buses are utilized by hundreds of passengers each day
The protest by the workers brought about inconvenience to each day passengers as they had been unable to succeed in their locations on time. A personal agency worker, Surveen Kaur, mentioned: “I didn’t know concerning the protest and needed to make alternate preparations to go to work.”
Metro buses are utilized by hundreds of passengers each day as these are a handy and economical mode of transportation. The ridership on these buses has particularly elevated after the auto-rickshaw union elevated the fares.
Locals mentioned the protests by staff had been held virtually each month and attributable to these, passengers needed to face hassle.
“The administration should look into the matter and be certain that the general public transport system, which remains to be getting standard, is just not allowed to be impacted attributable to minor points between the workers and the personal firm working the bus service,” mentioned one other resident Sukhwinder Kumar.
In the meantime, the workers mentioned safai sevaks and ticket checkers had gone on a strike attributable to delay in fee of salaries and non-payment of arrears for the final two years. “The workers are but to get the advantages introduced by the earlier authorities and the administration is just not bothered as the federal government has modified,” mentioned an worker. The workers acknowledged that wage points crop up each second month and so they had been compelled to strike work to get their dues.