BHARAT BANDH DUE TO CONTINUOUS HIKE IN PETROL PRICES

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In the midst of Opposition’s require a skillet India shutdown to challenge the rising fuel rates, oil and diesel costs set new records for the fifth back to back day in New Delhi and Mumbai on Monday.

Oil costs ascended by Rs 0.23/liter both in the national capital (sold at Rs 80.73/liter) and Mumbai (sold at Rs 88.12/liter).

Diesel rates, then again, enrolled a comparative flood in both the metro urban areas. In Delhi, it is retailing at Rs 72.83/liter (increment by Rs 0.22/liter) and in Mumbai, it is being sold for Rs 77.32/liter (increment by Rs 0.23/liter).

Scaling up their hostile against the legislature on an issue that they expectation will discover reverberation among general society in front of the Lok Sabha surveys one year from now, an assembled resistance has chosen to watch Bharat Bandh today.

The Congress, which declared the bandh a week ago, asserted 21 parties, including SP, BSP, TMC, DMK and RJD, and additionally a few assemblies of business and dealers’ bodies, have sponsored its Bharat Bandh call. In any case, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has clarified that it would not join the shutdown call by the Congress, IANS detailed.

Trinamool Congress said it would sort out road challenges however would not implement a shutdown in West Bengal, while the BJD-drove Odisha government on Saturday guided all schools to stay shut today.

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