NTC: 32 Employees Transferred at Depots Since Jan 2012
13 June 2012 - lexpress.mu
Employees of the National Transport Corporation (NTC) have been shifted in its various depots around the country, including five in the Tour Koenig and Riviere du Rampart since January 2012. Transfers that fall within the framework of the restructuring exercise within the parastatal body.
NTC is currently experiencing a major restructuring exercise. This is what justifies, according to Anil Bachoo, the 32 transfers in the different deposits of parastatal bodies since January 2012. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport in response to a parliamentary question from Pratibha Bholah, Member of the Militant Socialist Movement (MSM), this Tuesday, June 12, 2012.
Orange MP also wanted to know the number of employees who were transferred between the filing of Riviere du Rampart than the Tour Koenig and the reasons behind this decision. A question that has caused some agitation of the opposition side. To date, according to Anil Bachoo, five employees have been transferred to that effect.
This practice is quite normal, according to the minister, who stressed that "the NTC is doing very well." The company still faced significant financial difficulties since 2008 and liquidity problems for the renewal of its fleet. Hence the decision of the leadership of the NTC to sell its new building in Ebony.
The minister also added that many transfers are essential as part of the restructuring exercise of parastatal bodies. He also recalled the number of transfers in the various depots in recent years. It turns out that in 2011, 167 employees were transferred.