Mangaluru: Salary Decrease leads Drivers of Antony Waste Management to go on Strike
Mangaluru: All vehicles belonging to Antony Waste Management have stopped working from March 11.
According sources, it is said that the salary for the drivers of Antony Waste Management was fixed for Rs 14,000. All of a sudden their salary was decreased to Rs 9000. Due to the sudden decrease in salary all the drivers of Antony Waste Management went of strike, they have parked the vehicles in a compound near Reliance Petrol Pump at Kulur.
Now it is the duty of the Mangaluru city corporation to solve the problem immediately to avoid further problems in regard to waste disposal in the city.
Speaking to mangalorean.com Mayor Mahabala Marla said that the Mangalore City Corporation has given contract to dispose waste to Antony waste management company and it is their duty to dispose the waste. Any internal issues of the company should not affect the people in the city. The Antony waste management company is responsible for the disposal of waste, if the waste will not be disposed, we will take action against the company.