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Chennai: About ten transport unions on Thursday announced an indefinite strike following collapse of wage related talks with the state government even as some buses went off the roads in Tamil Nadu.Trade union representatives, who attended the talks with Transport minister M R Vijayabaskar, said no consensus was arrived at over a key demand on a "factor" determining wage structure.Tamil Nadu’s major rivers—the Apart from the rich alluvial soil of the river deltas, the predominant soils of the state are clays, loams, sands, and red laterites (soils with a high content of iron oxides and aluminum hydroxide).The black cotton-growing soil known as regur is found in parts of the central, west-central, and southeastern regions of Tamil Nadu. In May and June, the hottest months, maximum daily temperatures in Chennai average about 100 °F (38 °C), while minimum temperatures average in the low 80s F (upper 20s C).With some buses remaining off the roads, people opted for alternative modes of transport such as train, autorickshaws and private transport in various parts of the state.
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Trade union leaders, A Soundarrajan (CITU) and M Shanmugam of DMK backed Labour Progressive Federation (LPF), told reporters that the strike was on after "talks collapsed." "While our plea was for a 2.57 factor (a wage determination technique), the government said it was not acceptable and insisted on a 2.44 factor," Shanmugam said.
Further, the unions demanded fixing the minimum basic salary at Rs 19,500 whereas the government wanted it to be Rs 17,700, he added. About 10 unions had joined the strike and these comprise about 95 percent of the 1.4 lakh odd workforce of the state transport corporations, he claimed when asked how many employees will join the stir.
On the other hand, Vijayabaskar said the hike proposed this time was "unprecedented" and urged the workers to resume work in in the interest of the people.
He said a majority of the workers were affiliated to the ruling AIADMK backed Union and expressed confidence that bus services will not be affected.