Bhaskar News Service
Vrindavan. On Saturday, electronic bus drivers went on strike due to non-payment of salaries. Electronic buses are operated from Vrindavan to areas like Mathura, Govardhan, Barsana, Nandgaon etc. Due to which it becomes easier for the devotees coming from outside to reach their destination, but on Saturday there was a sudden strike by the electronic bus drivers. Due to which all the electronic buses were parked in the depot near the tourist facility center of Vrindavan. The employees have boycotted work due to non-payment of salaries for two months. Whereas the bus operator company is said to release the salary a day before. These buses, operated by the Municipal Corporation, are being operated through a company based in Faridabad. Even before this, there have been strikes several times regarding salaries. But the Municipal Corporation officials are sitting with their fingers in their ears. Tourists coming in this cold season are forced to suffer speed bumps. Due to the arbitrariness of the private company, electronic bus employees are forced to go on strike. About 140 bus drivers are involved in the strike. They say that until the salary comes into their account. He will not take out the buses. Now it remains to be seen whether the administration continues to watch the drama as a silent spectator or takes some action. After the persuasion of company manager Mukesh Kumar Arya and after receiving salary related messages in the drivers’ mobile phones, the drivers ended the strike and started work.
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