Chennai: The three-day transport strike in Tamil Nadu by 10 unions was pulled back on Tuesday night taking after an understanding come to on different issues in talks amongst them and the administration.
The administration was spoken to by school training clergyman K A Sengottaiyan, power serve P Thangamani, and transport serve M R Vijayabhaskar.
The vehicle unions were spoken to by the DMK-sponsored Labor Progressive Front and CITU, among others.
"The administration will dispense Rs 1,250 crore to clear pending levy and wage amendment talks will be hung on May 24," Vijayabhaskar told columnists.
LPF general secretary M Shanmugham said the strike was being pulled back after the affirmations from the administration.
He said the administration has guaranteed the unions that the strike period would be considered leave days and that no move would be made against the individuals who taken an interest in the strike.
The AIADMK-upheld Anna Workers Federation pioneer R Chinnaswamy said thanks to Chief Minister K Palniswami for the arrival of Rs 1,250 crore to clear exceptional duty.
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