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Dayakar Hopes RTC Strike will end Shortly

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Hyderabad: Panchayat Raj Minister E Dayakar Rao today said that the RTC strike issue will be settled shortly. Rao said that the RTC strike is being promoted by Union leaders and political parties. 

The RTC workers are with the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and the strike will end soon, he said. However he attributed the 11 days of RTC strike to the handiwork of the Union leaders and political parties. 

            The minister expressed the hope that KCR will call the striking leaders for talks and the stir would end. He refused to elaborate further as the matter is in the Court. 

            Dayakar Rao also said that the TRS will win the bypoll in Huzur Nagar Assembly segment. The Congress and other parties will face defeat. The TRS candidate Saidi Reddy will win the poll with 20000 votes majority, he predicted. The minister threw a challenge on this to the opposition parties. 

            Rao said that the impact of the RTC strike will not have bad effect on TRS in the by-poll. The RTC workers are with us and the Chief Minister will resolve the issue,  he added. 

Prabhakar assures  BJP’s Support  to Striking RTC Workers

A Rally was organised today by BJP EX- MLA  NVSS Prabhakar   in front of  uppal  RTC Depot in Support of RTC Workers  strike  in support of  their demands . 

         Addressing the RTC workers, Prabhakar said that  RTC employees who sacrificed their services during the Telangana Agitation for its formation,  are totally  ignored in their own state.   He appealed to the RTC striking workers not to get disheartened. He assured that BJP will  continue its fight until justice is done to the striking workers . He asserted that now they have every right to demand for its merger  with the government . He alleged that KCR and his TRS  leaders are eyeing on the RTC  properties through  privatization.

He pointed out that  KCR will be held responsible for the suicide of striking workers. Hundreds of  party workers and RTC employees   participated in the rally which  culminated into a  dharna

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