Impact of Bharat Bandh visible, market closed- roads are empty
Impact of Bharat Bandh visible, market closed- roads are empty

Trade unions have called a Bharat Bandh against the policies of the government. Due to the two-day Bharat Bandh, banks will remain closed on Monday and Tuesday. Yes and apart from this, trade unions of coal, steel, oil, telecom, postal, income tax, copper and insurance sectors have also called for a bandh. According to the All India Trade Union Congress, the strike is expected to involve more than 20 crore workers from both formal and informal sectors.

Amarjeet Kaur, leader of AITUC, said, "The strike is also getting support from the coal mining areas of Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh as well as industrial areas of Assam, Haryana, Delhi, West Bengal, Telangana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Bihar, Punjab, Rajasthan, Goa and Odisha." Apart from this, he also said that services of banks and the insurance sector have also been affected due to the strike. Apart from this, its partial impact on the steel and oil sectors is being seen. Not only this, but this strike has also affected the functioning of the banks. However, this effect is only being seen partly because only a part of the bank employees' organisations is supporting this strike.

The two-day Bharat Bandh has been supported by the employees' unions of Haryana Roadways. Roadways workers have staged a traffic jam in support of the strike and commuters are facing problems due to this. The most special girl students and pass holders are seen standing at the bus stands in large numbers. Yes, the number of buses plying on the road is very less and people have to wait on the roads. At the same time, there has been silence in many cities including the capital Thiruvananthapuram since morning. Markets are closed and roads are empty. At the same time, labour leaders say that it will remain closed till 12 o'clock on Tuesday.

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