Mumbai: The motormen of the Western Line in Mumbai have threatened to go on strike citing harassment of those who went on strike in 2010 for a day by the management.
As many as 150 of the total 445 motormen on the Western Line have threatened to go on mass leave later on Friday.
According to the motormen, those who went on strike in 2010 for a day are being harassed by the railway management. They have said that there confidential reports were adverse and are demanding that it be corrected.
Speaking to CNN-IBN, Western Railway motormen association president Devendra Yadav said, "More than 200 assistant motormen have taken sick leave. We have raised several demands before the government."
As of now, some of the local trains on the Western Line in Mumbai are running late. However, no train has been cancelled yet.