State wide Bandh across Karnataka today following execution of Mahadayi project


Bengaluru: Following state-wide Bandh in Karnataka today, the policemen have taken safety steps across Karnataka.

The private IT companies are going to stay open today in Bengaluru. As per the reports, the office-goers might be enforced to miss their work because of the non-availability of transport services.

Autos, cab services, BMTC and KSRTC buses will remain operative in Karnataka but the private vehicle owners will not be allowed to appear on the road.

The pro-Kannada organizations under the group called Kannada Okoota has called the bandh in Karnataka. They have been challenging the execution of Mahadayi project in Karnataka and everlasting answer for water problems in North Karnataka.

A lot of uncertainty encloses about functioning of schools and colleges across Karnataka. “The decision on keeping schools and colleges open has been left to the jurisdictional deputy commissioners,” primary and secondary education minister Tanveer Sait stated.

Several undergraduate exams of Bangalore University have been delayed.

Be that as it may, many guardians would prefer not to go out on a limb of sending their wards to schools and universities. Sona Kar, a mother of a five-year-old youngster, said that she was not going to send her child to class as she don’t recognize what might be the circumstance later in the day.

“I have been attempting to reach to the administration of the school if it’s an occasion today. In any case, they didn’t answer my calls. I am not sending my child to class to maintain a strategic distance from any hazard,” included Sona.

The state police office has guaranteed that there was no compelling reason to stress as satisfactory security has been orchestrated in the city to evade any untoward episode.

Programming engineer Amol Bhatnagar chosen to develop his vacation in a resort in Coorg after he came to think about the bandh.

“I was planning to leave for Bengaluru on late Sunday night to go to my office on Monday. I chose generally as there is a bandh, and now I will backpedal to Bengaluru on Monday night,” he said.