People of West Bengal were spared hardship as private bus and minibus operators in the state on Tuesday deferred their three-day strike from tomorrow as Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is not in the country.
Public transport services were hit in Rajasthan on Wednesday with the beginning of a two-day strike by the employees of Rajasthan Roadways Service against the government`s announcement to denationalise the nationalised routes.
Acting tough, Karnataka Government on Friday sacked 3,000 trainees for taking part in the strike by employees of state-run transport corporations which entered the second day throwing normal life out of gear.
As normal life continued to be hit
for the second day on Wednesday in Kerala following the indefinite
strike by private bus operators, the state HC rapped
the government for not taking appropriate action.
In a hardening of stand
towards the striking bus operators in Orissa, the governemnt
on Monday decided to impose the
ESMA as lakhs of commuters were inconvenienced in the
continuing strike which entered the fifth day.