Karnataka bandh on 31st december 2021 Reason

karnataka bandh on 31st december 2021 reason will be discussed on this article. Autorickshaws and taxis are likely to stay off the roads and schools closed on December 31, the day a state-wide bandh was called by Kannada organizations. But hotels and the film industry will make a decision on that in a few days.

karnataka bandh on 31st december 2021 reason

Kannada organizations have demanded that the bandh demand a ban on the Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti (MES). They made this claim after incidents of the burning of the Kannada flag in Kolhapur and the violation of the statue of Sangolli Rayanna at Belagavi, allegedly by MES activists.

Karnataka bandh on 31st december 2021 Reason

Kannada activist Vatal Nagaraj claimed that hundreds of associations had expressed their support for the bandh and lakhs people who would march from Town Hall to Freedom Park on December 31st. He added that services such as hospitals, pharmacies and milk supply would not be affected.

Tanveer Pasha, president, Ola and Uber Drivers Association, said they would extend their support to the bandh and the taxis from 6 a.m. to 6 nm. off the roads. M. Manjunath, President, Adarsha Auto and Taxi Drivers Union said motorists also decided to support the bandh. Ramesh Holla of Bruhat Bengaluru Taxi Drivers Union, which has many airport cabins under its banner, said they would stop taxis and all airport transfers during the bandh period.

Karnataka Bandh Today Reason

However, B. Chandrashekar Hebbar, president, Karnataka State Hotel Association, said many hotels have already made reservations for December 31 as it was New Year’s Eve. “We will make a decision to support the bandh after hearing from our members in different districts,” he said.

DR. Jairaj, president of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, said three Kannada films are expected to be released on December 31, as it is a Friday. “We will make a final decision after we have a meeting,” he said.

karnataka bandh on 31st december latest news

While many central boarding schools have Christmas holidays, several boarding schools have decided to hold online classes. Lokesh Talikate, State Unity President, Recognized Unsupported Private Schools Association, Karnataka, said that private school boards affiliated to their union have decided to support the bandh and will suspend offline classes on that day and hold online classes only.

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