Protests by 'Ravidas Samaj' turns violent, public-life disrupts

Aug 13 2019 03:51 PM
Protests by 'Ravidas Samaj' turns violent, public-life disrupts

In Delhi, punjab has been jammed after the strike of Ravidas Samaj in protest against the demolition of the temple of Shri Guru Ravidas ji on the orders of the Supreme Court. The bandh has been widely affected in most of the districts of Punjab. Ravidas Samaj is holding demonstrations at various places and holding dharna on the streets. Markets are closed at most places in the state and road traffic has come to a standstill. Buses are not running. Protesters stopped the movement of trains near Ludhiana. About two hours later, the track started running and the train movement began. In Batala also, the protesters staged a dharna on the railway track. Schools remained closed at most of the places today.

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For your information, it was said earlier that the traffic would not be jammed, but the wheels of the buses stopped due to the demonstrations. This is causing a lot of inconvenience to the passengers. The bandh also disrupted traffic for several hours.

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The protesters reached the Ludhiana-Jalandhar railway track near Ludhiana in the afternoon and jammed it. They stopped the movement of trains. As a result, many trains were stopped at various stations. The long distance trains were affected due to the busy track. The Shan-e-Punjab train was stopped at Khanna railway station for a long time. In Batala also, protesters reached the railway track. They sat down on the railway track.

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