Uttar Pradesh

Roadways employees will boycott work from the night of 27th September, passengers will have to face problems.

Transport Corporation Employees United Front gave notice to MD in support of pending demands

Dehradun. Roadways employees opened a front accusing the management of breaking their promises. Transport Corporation Employees United Front on Monday gave notice to MD Dr. Anand Srivastava and warned of boycott from midnight of 27th September.
The Morcha alleges that despite making promises twice, the management did not take action on even a single demand. Now, if action is not taken till 26th September, an all-out war will be waged. Morcha convenors Ashok Chaudhary, Dinesh Pant, Ravinandan Kumar, Ramkishun Ram jointly told that first on 25th April, then on 24th July, assurance of action was received in talks with the management. Believing this assurance, the employees postponed the decision to agitate. Roadways MD Dr. Anand Srivastava said that action is being taken on all the points agreed upon in the two rounds of talks with the employees. Some topics are technical, decision can be taken only after studying all the aspects. That’s why there is a delay.
Action pending on these demands of employees
● Permanent job to deceased dependents on compassionate grounds
● Rs 2 lakh as gratuity on retirement or death of an employee.
● Joint team of Roadways-Police to control errant vehicles
● ACP benefits to technical cadre personnel of Roadways also
● Payment of rent allowance and dearness allowance as per seventh pay scale
● 600 new buses should not be purchased until the buses are put on contract.
● Strict ban on termination of service of contract employees without knowledge of the parties
● Promotion process should start soon on vacant posts of all cadres.
● Service Manual for Contract, Special Category Drivers and Outsourcing
● Arrears of seventh pay scale from January 2017 to September 2017
● Outsourced agencies that do not pay honorarium should be blacklisted.

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