Total 10 trade unions have jointly called India for anti-people policies of the central government.
Total 10 trade unions have jointly called India for anti-people policies. The effect of which is visible in the states of India. Other services including banking, transport are also being seen. About 25 crore people are part of this call, as well as are giving support to the call.
At the same time, many people are using this call incorrectly. Under which people have broken up in many states. In West Bengal's Cooch, some miscreants vandalized the bus. In another place in North Bengal, the bus driver wore a helmet and drove.
In Mumbai trains, buses, auto-rickshaws and other public vehicles are operating normally. Officials said, " trains are running normally on the three lines except for a slight delay.
In Delhi the weather has hampered the strike. Markets in Delhi are open like normal days and there are normal activities on the streets. Rajesh Kashyap, member of the State Committee in All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC), said that today people have gathered less than expected due to rain.
Protesters disrupted the railway track in Amritsar in view of 'Bharat Bandh' in Punjab too. Due to this, the operation of trains was also affected. The protesters sat on the rail track.
In addition, in Odisha, the candidates also faced a lot of problems. The impact of the Bharat Bandh was also seen in Tamil Nadu. People were seen shouting slogans with flags in their hands.
The common man's been suffering from the tussle due to Bharat Band all the day across the country.