12 hour Bandh declared in Guwahati against fuel price rise
The 12 hour Bharat Bandh called by the Rashtriya Yuva Morcha, Assam Pradesh on Wednesday against the fuel price hike threw normal life of Guwahatians out of gear.
Till the filing of this report, no major untoward incidents were reported. However, bandh workers tried to stop many vehicles from playing in some parts of the city and cases of stone pelting on the public transport vehicles were also reported.
Normal Life in disarray
Tense situations were observed in Maligaon and Adabari areas in Guwahati when the bandh workers tried to obstruct the operation of the public transport vehicles. Due to lack of vehicles, local people had to face great difficulties in communicating.
Daily commuters faced extreme problems as buses, cars and many other public transports were not functional from morning. Office goers faced extreme troubles as many were seen returning back to their respective homes.
Meanwhile all bank employees have called for a nationwide two day strike demanding an increase in their salary.
Common people would have to wait till Friday for bank employees to resume their work.