Delhi Metro | DMRC Employees are on hunger strike, commuters face halt in metro services

Affect of on going strike by DMRC Employees Union was observe in many metro station


New Delhi: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Employees Union started hunger strike by 25 June and they will continue till their demand will fulfilled even they have decide to complete close of metro service by 30 June. Since 2015 dispute regarding salary hike and promotion is going,  employees of DMRC has been always consider as member of DMRC family but their problem has not yet resolved.

From 19 June nearly 13000 non-executive staff members, including train operators, maintenance staff and station controllers, have been protesting at various depots and control rooms of the Delhi Metro.

A letter in this regard written by the General Secretary Mahaveer Parsad of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Employees Union (DMRCEU) on 14-06-2018 addressed to the Managing Director of DMRC and copy circulated to various other authorities /ministries departments.

Our history is best example that any movement at starting period is faster and it get slower in its middle period and the last of its stage it get more faster than rest of the stage, said DMRC Employees Union.

DMRC management has not given any response till now all. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has achieved a lot even it has largest metro network of India. But without the cooperation of executive employees it could not be came successful. Now it’s time of DMRC to cooperate with employees and resolve two year ongoing disputes. Non- cooperative nature of DMRC has created suspense among people that DMRC is really working for welfare of Public. Huge loss of  Rs 4000 crore to DMRC due to irregularities in Delhi  Metro Airport express line project has brought new debate among the public, due to which employees has to suffer.

Indefinite strike has greatly influenced the life of Delhi people, approximate 32 lakh people of Delhi are directly or indirectly depend upon Metro services. This is surely going to get affected if their demand not fulfilled or strike continues. In such weather condition this ongoing strike has become additional problem for daily commuters.

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