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Mangaluru: Bundh hits normal life; KSRTC bus stoned near Ambedkar Circle

Mangaluru: Bundh hits normal life; KSRTC bus stoned near Ambedkar Circle


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, May 19, 2016: The voluntary  bundh being observed in the city and the district on May 19, Thursday as per the call given by various anti-Yettinahole organisations, has been peaceful  so far barring a couple of stoning incidents.

A Volvo bus  of the KSRTC which  was operating between Tirupathi and Mangaluru  via Bengaluru was stoned by some miscerants near the Ambedkar Circle during the early hours of Thursday.

 

Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river

 


Bhajrangdal activists protest in Nanthoor Circle

Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Mangalore Bundh to save Nethravati river


Tyres were found burnt on the road at Pumpwell while  in Belthangady a car too was burnt, though it is not yet sure whether the second incident had anything to do with the bundh.

With city buses too remaining off the roads in support of the bundh, traffic is minimal on the city roads and most shops and business establishments have downed shutters except some milk booths.

Bhajrangdal activists  are protesting  right on the road at Nantur opposing the project. Police have maintained a strict vigil to avert any untoward incident.


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Comments on this Article
shekhar, panja Thu, May-19-2016, 7:26
good response, why people taking advantage of this precious movement, cant understand, nature is nature (god involved in it) no one has the right to divert.
Yathin kumar, mangalore Thu, May-19-2016, 7:09
Such acts hinders the economic growth, it may be matter of a day but it is the huge loss on the whole. The business activities are totally cut down . It affects the common public a lot.
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