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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Trade Union Bharat Bandh on 2 September 2015

10 central Trade Unions have called Bharat Bandh on 2 September 2015. The Bharat Bandh will be observed against the central government's proposed amendments and all public and private sectors except the Railways will be under the bandh.

"All services, except railways, will be affected including banks, transport, civil aviation and gas and oil supply. It will be a peaceful strike." AITUC general secretary Gurudas Dasgupta said.

2 September Bandh and Bengal

“If Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wants to impose war on the people then there will be war. We are warning the Trinamool Congress and it is better that they pay heed to it.” Shyamal Chakrabarty, state president of CITU said.

TMC leader and state Panchayat minister Subrata Mukherjee said the state government will ensure that peace is maintained on the bandh day. “We are against bandh. … The administration will work to maintain peace in the state. If someone wants to go to office and faces trouble, the administration will help them.” said the minister.

What will be opened in 2 September 2015 Bandh

Hospitals, medical shops will be open. Most of the government offices too will be open. Mamata Banerjee government in West Bengal issued strict guidance for government employee to attend offices on Sept 2.

What will be closed in 2 September 2015 Bandh

Many private schools, colleges declared holiday tomorrow. However, many government educational institutions are yet to take the final call. Shops, markets will be closed. Public sector banks and government-owned non-life insurance companies also will be closed.

Latest Updates on 2 September Bharat Bandh in West Bengal

11.30 AM:  Bandh is almost successful in West Bengal. Maximum office, colleges, schools, shops are closed. Road transport is almost out of gear. 

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