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Bandh hits life in Kudla

Published On : 02 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The nationwide bandh called by left leaning unions was a success in Mangaluru. Buses and other vehicles were not seen on roads.

In few places like Kuthar, Suratkal and Urwa store tyre burning incidents have been reported. A KSRTC Airavatha bus was from Bengaluru to Manipal was stoned at Padil. Another KSRTC bus was stoned on K S Rao road in city. City market is completely closed. But unloading from trucks was witnessed in some instances.

A few auto rickshaws that were seen in the later went off the roads.

A protest was held in front of DC office where all the unions, except BJP supporting union BMS, participated. Congress supporting Intuc also took part.

 







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