Farmer organizations called for Bengaluru shutdown, know what will remain open and what will be banned

Protests by farmers continue against the Karnataka government’s decision to release water from the Kaveri river to Tamil Nadu. Many pro-farmer and pro-Kannada organizations have announced ‘Bengaluru Bandh’ on 26 September.

Many local transport organizations have joined in solidarity with the movement. CWRC, in its order given on September 12, had directed Karnataka to provide 5,000 cusecs of water every day to Tamil Nadu for the next 15 days.

Bengaluru bandh announced

The Bengaluru bandh was first announced by Karnataka Water Conservation Committee President Kurubur Shantakumar, who made the announcement on September 26 (Tuesday) over the Cauvery issue. Along with this, former MLA and pro-Kannada activist Vatal Nagaraj called a meeting of various organizations in the city to discuss the date of the statewide strike in Karnataka.

What will be closed and open?

During this period, hospitals, nursing homes, pharmacies, government offices, banks and metro will remain open in the city. Commercial establishments, malls, industries, online taxis, cabs, bike services, autorickshaws, private transport, street vendors, hotels, restaurants, theatres, multiplexes will all remain closed.

Earlier, confusion had arisen regarding the date. Later both the leaders met and decided to make the final announcement on September 25. However, Shantakumar said that he would not call off the bandh called on September 26.


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Shanthakumar has appealed to schools, colleges, IT companies and film chambers to declare a holiday in support of the bandh. He has further demanded that the state government should call a special assembly session and discuss it. A protest march is scheduled from Town Hall to Mysuru Bank Circle on September 26 at 11 am. He said that Aam Aadmi Party has also given its support to the bandh. Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) plans to continue Namma Metro services, a transport department official said.


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