The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) on Saturday suspended 245 employees and sacked ten others for taking part in the ongoing strike which has crippled the state-run bus service for over a month.
Employees are on strike since October 28, demanding that the cash-strapped corporation be merged with the Maharashtra government.
As many as 9,625 employees have been suspended by the MSRTC so far and 1,990 have been sacked, it said in a statement.
Bus services from 67 depots are operational, it claimed.
The corporation on Saturday operated 1,564 bus services, the statement added.
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