Hyderabad: TSRTC employees of Rajendranagar depot have complained against Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, accusing him of allegedly forcing a driver from Narketpally depot, to end his life. They alleged that the comments made by the Chief Minister during the press meet on Thursday had created panic among the employees and insulted them. It is the second complaint against the chief minister in connection with the TSRTC strike. A complaint was lodged by an advocate Karuna Sagar, stating that D Srinivas Reddy from Khammam depot had immolated himself, upset over the government’s response in handling the strike.
The members of TSRTC JAC of Rajendranagar depot in their complaint lodged at Rajendranagar police station stated that during the press meet after TRS won in the Huzurnagar by-election, CM spoke in an insulting manner about the employees and his words have created a panic situation among the employees.
They stated that during the press conference, CM has told that none of the employees are employees of RTC and the organisation itself is graceless(dikkumalina).
After watching this press conference on television, Venkateswarlu working with Narketpally depot has committed suicide.
“ As Chief Minister has instigated him to commit suicide, we demand to register a case against him and do justice to the victim’s family,” the complaint stated.