Cauvery Protests: 16 areas under curfew in Bengaluru, Some Schools Reopen


BENGALURU:  In context of Cauvery River Protest, Bengaluru suffered huge violence in two days. Now, the normal life of people has become better. School, local shops and colleges have been re-opened in the city that was closed for two days.

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1. Around 350 people have been detained for doing destruction in IT-hub Bengaluru. They even burnt and destroyed several shops in the city on Monday. The curfew has been imposed in 16 areas of the city.

2. On Tuesday, the flights including Indigo, Vistara, Jet Aiways were cancelled day after after the protest.

3. On Monday evening, two people were killed in a police firing in Rajgopalnagar area of Bengaluru.

4. Several e-commerce companies have been badly affected in the protest for two days. Flipkart and Amazon said, “Their operations had been impacted and TeamLease feared mammoth losses". On Tuesday, the buses were seen off the roads in the morning.

5. Police tweeted,"Please do not blindly believe in messages circulating on WhatsApp," said one tweet. "Bengaluru situation is totally calm, strict action will be taken against vandals/miscreants," said another.The Prime Minister has been asked by Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to mediate. Prior on Tuesday, PM Modi said the circumstance is "distressful" and included that infringing upon the law is not a "suitable option" since it was making misfortune poor people.

6. On Monday, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa kept in touch with her Karnataka partner Siddaramaiah looking for insurance and security for Tamil-talking individuals and their properties after 30 transports from Tamil Nadu were determined to flame by dissidents. Dreading kickback, numerous Tamils were supposedly leaving Bengaluru.

7. Inconvenience reemerged in the decades-old disagreement about the Cauvery stream, which courses through Karnataka into Tamil Nadu, after the Supreme Court a week ago solicited Karnataka to discharge 15,000 cusecs from water to its neighbor

8. The circumstance heightened on Monday after a court deciding showed that Karnataka needs to yield more water than it was requested that last week. Karnataka says it doesn't have enough water for cultivating or drinking. In any case, Tamil Nadu has told the court its agriculturists will confront a gigantic emergency without more water.

9. "The request is difficult to take after however regardless we'll take after the Supreme Court request," Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said, encouraging individuals not to take law into their hands. He guaranteed drinking water to Bengaluru, Mysuru, Mandya and towns of the Cauvery waterway bowl till June one year from now.

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