Government Bus Strike Suspended, Relief for Punjab Commuters

ByTV10 Punjab

Mar 14, 2024
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13 March
Sandeep Dhand Ludhiana

In a significant development for travelers across Punjab, the looming threat of a statewide government bus strike has been averted as Roadways, Panbus contract, and Kacha employees have called off their protest for the time being. Following a crucial meeting with the administration in Chandigarh, both parties have reached an agreement, leading to the withdrawal of today’s scheduled strike.

Previously, on March 13, the Panbus, P.R.T.C., and other employees had announced their intention to halt government bus services, causing apprehension among commuters. However, with the suspension of the strike, commuters can breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that they can now comfortably reach their destinations without disruption.

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This development underscores the importance of dialogue and negotiation in resolving disputes, ensuring that the essential services provided by government buses remain uninterrupted. As Punjab commuters resume their daily routines, they can do so with the assurance that their travel plans will not be derailed by industrial action, at least for the time being.