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In Coonoor, Kotagiri and Gudalur, greater than eighty% of the retailers remained shut; Hindu Munnani referred to as a bandh to protest in opposition to the “anti-Hindu” remarks made by A. Raja

In Coonoor, Kotagiri and Gudalur, greater than eighty% of the retailers remained shut; Hindu Munnani referred to as a bandh to protest in opposition to the “anti-Hindu” remarks made by A. Raja

greater than half the quantity of retailers and companies inside the Nilgiris Lok Sabha constituency had been closed on Tuesday, after the Hindu Munnani referred to as a bandh to protest in opposition to the “anti-Hindu” remarks made by MP A. Raja.

The response to the bandh name was partial in Udhagamandalam. Police sources mentioned greater than 50% of the retailers on enterprise avenue, Ettines avenue and on the Udhagamandalam Municipal Market had been closed. In Coonoor, Kotagiri and Gudalur, greater than eighty% of the retailers remained shut.

Many private buses did not function. a lot of the vacationers found it troublesome to go to completely different places and have lunch with the closure of eateries.

R. Sumanth of Erode, a vacationer visiting Sims Park at Coonoor, mentioned he did not know of the bandh name. “a lot of the eateries at Coonoor are closed, completely different than a pair of presidency-run tea retailers the place we found some meals to eat,” he mentioned.

Police presence was stepped up throughout the district. retailers at Annur and Mettupalayam had been additionally closed.



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