Workers strike; In two days, KSRTC lost Rs 9 crore

Automobile 2021-11-07

newsteamz_Workers strike; In two days, KSRTC lost Rs 9 crore
  • KSRTC loses Rs 9 crore in revenue due to two-day strike.

  • Management says talks on pay revision will continue despite workers' strike.

  • Friday and Saturday were the days when KSRTC got the most ticket revenue on long-distance buses.

KSRTC loses Rs 9 crore in revenue due to two-day strike. Management says talks on pay revision will continue despite workers' strike.

The management said it would implement the decision of the government in the case of Dyson.

Friday and Saturday were the days when KSRTC got the most ticket revenue on long-distance buses. But no bus ran on Friday as employees went on strike. Yesterday, 268 services were conducted in three zones. At present, KSRTC operates an average of 3,300 buses a day. It is estimated that the two-day strike resulted in a loss of revenue of Rs 9 crore and Rs 40 lakh.

At present, the salary of employees is `2 crores 80 lakh and the cost of diesel is` 2 crore 50 lakh per day. Employees who do not report for work for two days will not be paid in the event that Dyson declares a strike. It is therefore hoped that there will be no additional liability following the strike. Despite the strike, the KSRTC management has decided to go ahead with the pay revision process.

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