Bhopal News: Demonstration of selected teachers ends, Red Bus employees also end strike, drivers return to work after assurance

Sudhir Dandotia, Bhopal. The performance of selected teachers in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, has come to an end. At the same time, the Red Bus Employees (Red Bus Staff) have also called off the strike. After the assurance of the officials, the red bus workers have returned to work this morning after the strike was over. Buses have started running once again in the city.

In fact, in the election year in the state (MP Vidhan Sabha Election 2023), the officers and employees have come on the road with their demands. The employees want to fulfill their demands by making the government realize their displeasure and the power of vote. In this series, selected teachers demonstrated in front of the BJP state office in Bhopal on Tuesday. Demonstration on 8 point demands including completing the recruitment process of 2018, increasing the number of posts and completing teacher recruitment.

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On the other hand, on Monday, BCLL employees in Bhopal announced a strike. Due to which the bus passengers were facing problems. The drivers and conductors of Red Bus went on strike since Monday morning. BCLL employees also took out a foot march from Bagsevania depot to collector. However, the police stopped the driver and conductor near Rani Kamlapati station Ganesh Mandir.

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BCLL employees were angry over salary cut and non-deposit of PF. Because of which they went on strike. 10 days time has been given to fulfill the demand of the employees. After the assurance of the officials, the bus workers ended the strike on Tuesday morning and returned to work.

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