Tourists complain poor sanitation at Taj Mahal as BVG employees go on strike

14 Aug 2019 07:52 PM

Tourists complain poor sanitation at Taj Mahal as BVG employees go on strike

Updated 14 Aug 2019 07:52 PM

The Taj Mahal was filled with stench within hours of BVG employees going on strike demanding disbursement of their salaries. This forced the ASI officials to work out a truce with the sanitation workers.
On Tuesday, around 30 'safai karamcharis' hired by the Bharat Vikas Group (BVG) had gone on strike to demand disbursement of their salaries.
Within a few hours, the whole area was filled with the stench causing uneasiness among the visitors who started complaining about this.

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