Against the increase in gas, petrol online prices convened by the NDA and Left off the effect mixed. In BJP-ruled to be Karnataka, Maharashtra and West Bengal in the stone pelting, arson and street jams have been reported.
Off in the capital did not have much effect, but supporters of political forces in the city’s traffic jams at several points.
Many areas have seen little shops open in the morning, Go to the far smaller number of people complained that the streets in the auto.
The country’s financial capital Mumbai bandh supporters pelted stones at buses in the city, two suburban areas. 13 in Pune, Maharashtra, Nagpur and Thane were stones on the 10 buses. Many buses were taken to stop blocking the road in Satara district. However, the Mumbai local trains and buses continued as usual in most parts.
Closed in the state of public life disorderly happened. Public transport was affected in many parts of Karnataka. Shops and business establishments remained closed. In Kerala, there was no effect. No significant effect was seen in Tamil Nadu.
In Bihar, the NDA convener and JD-U president Sharad Yadav and BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain, and 800 workers detained during the closure. With about 700 supporters to march in Patna, Yadav was taken into custody by the police. BJP’s national spokesman, Hussein and other leaders were taken into custody in Bhagalpur.
Bharat Bandh supporters blocked the Howrah Bridge. The bridge connects Kolkata and Howrah district.
Bankura Barasat district and elsewhere, including the ringing off the roads were jammed. However, buses, cars, taxi and trams in Kolkata seemed to have been in low numbers. Normal life in Punjab due to the strike disorderly happened.
Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Kapurthala, Amritsar, Pathankot and commercial establishments remained closed. However, factory and other industrial units were turned on. Private buses and other vehicles off the roads due to non-existent public transport were also affected. It faced the inconvenience. However, shops and commercial establishments in Chandigarh are open and the buses were moving as usual.
Congress has little impact in the off state. Shops and commercial establishments remained open in most parts of the state. Markets were closed in major cities of Rajasthan.
The increase in gasoline prices as opposed to five in July 2010 was born on such a nation-wide performance.
Ruling Biju Janata Dal in Orissa, besides giving support to the UPA government has supported close to the Samajwadi Party.