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Railway trade unions temporarily call off strike

 

Railway trade unions temporarily called off their strike after meeting with President Maithripala Sirisena's Secretary Austin Fernando today (12).

The railway unions launched their strike yesterday (11)  alleging that a group of junior train drivers, who were still under training, were being employed breaching the normal recruitment procedures.

Thousands of commuters were stranded due to the strike, which was launched without prior notice.

 

 


 

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LOOKING AT OVERLOADED TRAINS ON DAILY BASE , SURELY THE RAILY SHOULD BE MAKING A LOT OF MONEY !!! HOW STRICT ARE THEY CONTROLLING THE PUBLIC TRAVELLING WITH TICKETS ??? DOES THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND RAILWAY HAS A MONTHLY INCOME STATEMENT FROM THE RAILWAY WHERE IT IS PULISHED AND THE CITIZENS KNOW HOW MUCH IT EARNS SO THAT THERE COULD NOT BE ANY STIKES BASED ON WORKERS SALARY ISSUES ??? OTHERWISE EVERY TWO WEEKS THERE ARE STRIKES AND THE PUBLIC HAS NO SAYAS THEY HAVE NOT BEEN INFORMED. WHERE IS THE PUBLIC RIGHTS FOR INFORMATION ?????

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