More than 25 lakh suburbanites in Mumbai who depend on buses for their day by day drive keep on confronting travel misfortunes on Monday as the BEST (Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking) strike entered its seventh day. The agitating workers and the administration of the municipal-run transport undertaking did not strike any arrangement on Sunday and no transport handled as just four drivers, out of the 2,610 on the payroll, came to work. All the 2,764 conductors likewise remained absent. The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) had compromised to hit the roads on Monday if the state government, BMC organization and the decision parties neglected to discover an answer and end the strike. “We support the strike and the BEST representatives. Their requests are simple. In the event that those requests are not met, the MNS will dispatch a dissent,” said MNS pioneer Sandip Deshpande. A meeting — hung on the bearings of the Bombay High Court — between a state government board of trustees (containing the central secretary, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation chief, BEST broad director, and transport and urban improvement secretaries) and association functionaries on Saturday failed to break the impasse.