BEST strike: Three member panel set up to resolve dispute, HC told

  • | Saturday | 12th January, 2019

“Any public transport across the world cannot make profit as it has to be subsidised for the benefit of the people. Advocate Neeta Karnik, appearing for the workers, told the court that it was not a flash strike but that 15 days’ notice was given to the authorities. Earlier, counsel for the BMC, Anil Sakhare, told the court that the strike was causing a loss of Rs 3 crore daily. AdvertisingThe committee, which was to meet on Friday afternoon, will now meet on Saturday with all stakeholders, including BMC, BEST and the workers on strike since January 7 midnight. It added that instead of going on a strike, the workers could have approached the court to seek a solution.

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