Nationwide Bharath Bandh
10 central trade unions have called for bandh on 2nd September against labor reforms, privatization of public sector undertakings announced by Modi’s government. Various unions from both telugu states have offered support to the protest. Transport unions of the country are protesting over the proposed Road Transport and Safety Bill and demand minimum pay to be made Rs.15,000. UG and vozational course examinations of Andhra University are postponed due to the bandh.
RTC buses, autos, cabs, private buses, lorries are not functioning. Drivers and conductors of RTC have not attended duty today as support to the ongoing bandh. 3500 RTC buses, auto-rickhaws more than 1.3 lakh are not functioning today. No buses belonging to RTC Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Ranga Reddy are seen on roads.