Sunday, July 4, 2010

‘Bharat bandh’ paralysed ‘central India’:Aam Adami is on the road -‘UPA’ urged to rollback form fuel price hike

‘Bharat bandh’ paralysed ‘central India’:Aam Adami is on the road -‘UPA’ urged to rollback form fuel price hike

Nagpur-5th July -10 a.m. reports of ‘Bharat Bandh’

First in the history of UPA regime of power common man is protesting the central Govt. decision to hike price of fuel and on going uncontrolled inflammation as propel joined the agitation in massive scale has paralysedt life in central India , according to early reports received here ,Vidarbha Jan andolan Samiti (VJAS) president Kishor Tiwari informed in press release

All Schools, colleges, markets and industries are closed and public transport has come to a standstill or maintaining just a skeletal service with police protection in vidarbha .

The shutdown is complete in all districts of vidarbha. Flights coming from kolkatta have been cancelled and other filths are delayed at Nagpur airport. Trucks are off roads on national highway N.H. 6 and 7 which is connecting Mumbai-kolkatta and kanyakumari-varnasi are facing road blockade at various places in vidarbha . Shiv Sena-BJP Protesters have stopped several trains at Amravati , Kayar ,Wani,Chandrapur where farmers are blocking road . Life has been affected in Congress-ruled Maharashtra states as opposition parties have moved in to enforce the bandh. VJAS urged Shiva Sena-MNS members to stop damaging public property as police is provoking the activist .Maharashtra police should understand the strong sentiments of common people and should informed the received enthusiastic response being received to Chief Minister Ashok Chavan .

“All schools, colleges, a majority of government offices and over lakh commercial and business establishments in entire Vidarbha have taken part in the national wide shutdown,” said Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti (VJAS) chief Kishor Tiwari.

Heavy security arrangements have been made in the major towns of the Vidarbha region, which consists of Nagpur, Chandrapur, Gondiya, Bhandara, Gadchiroli, Wardha, Amravati, Yavatmal, Buldana, Akola and Washim.Agitation has been reported from across the region. In another incident, a group of Yavatmal farm widows squatted outside the agriculture office demanding for food security and roll back in recent price ,vidarbha farm widows association (WFWA) have declared support to nationwide.


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