SLTB employees in Galle, Tangalle and Ambalanthota launch a strike

Friday, 31 August 2018 - 7:53

The Sri Lanka Transport Board employees in Ambalanthota, Tangalle and Galle have launched a strike over several demands including the amalgamation of the Rs. 10000 allowance to the basic salary.
Due to the strike, transport services provided by buses of Ambalanthota and Tangalle depots have come to a complete standstill.
Our correspondents say that the Galle SLTB depots are operating only a limited number of buses.

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