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Passengers had a harrowing time as they stepped out for their destination and could not find buses with the strike of drivers and conductors of cluster buses entering its fourth third day.
On several routes, there was a shortage of cluster buses, operated by Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System (DIMTS).
Office goers had a tough time reaching their workplace. The Audyogik Kamgar Vikas Union has been protesting the non- payment of salaries as per the new rates of minimum wages.
"We will continue our strike until our demands are met. The government is not serious about our issues. Tomorrow, drivers and conductors of cluster buses will stage a protest outside the LG's office," union's president Pramod Tomar said.
Although there are around 2,200 cluster buses (orange), the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) runs around 4,000 buses across the city.
As per the new minimum wages implemented in March, an unskilled worker is to be given a minimum Rs 13,350 per month.
For semi-skilled and skilled persons, the minimum wages are Rs 14,698 and Rs 16,182 per month, respectively.
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