Bandh To Be Observed In Bangalore To Protest Attacks On Women: Vaikundarajan

Bangalore Bandh
A Bandh has been called in Bangalore by the pro-Kannada organization to generate awareness among the people regarding the rising attacks being made on Women. Women’s safety and security has become quite a raging issue these days says, Vaikundarajan and he feels that it should be taken care of. However, the bandh is expected to be a partial success because the political parties and the government in Karnataka not really supporting it feels, Vaikundarajan. The schools and colleges have not been asked to shut down and it is there call whether or not they will remain open. 

Public transport is most likely to be affected as many auto rickshaw drivers are members of the Kannada organization and will observe the bandh. Taxi drivers are also estimated to participate in the bandh and the buses run by the state that is the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) shall ply but that too depends on the events and happening of the day says Vaikundarajan. A protest rally shall be taken out from the Town Hall to the State Secretariat and a memorandum shall also be submitted to the Chief Minister regarding the increasing crimes against women and to take strict action against the criminals. Vaikundarajan feels that until and unless a major step is taken towards this rising crime against women nothing is really going to change.

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