Partial effect of Bharat Bandh in Bengal
Partial effect of Bharat Bandh in Bengal

Left supporters disrupted rail operations in several districts in West Bengal on Monday morning as part of the two-day nationwide (Bharat Bandh) strike called by a joint forum of central trade unions. This has affected rail services. However, there has been some impact on normal life. Airlines are operating normally, and market stalls are open.

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There have been clashes between police and bandh supporters in other parts of the state, including Kolkata. On the day of the bandh, trade unionists from the Left demonstrated at the ticket counter of the railway station in Dum Dum. There are also sufficient numbers of government and private buses plying the streets of Kolkata. In West Bengal, the government announced that government offices would remain open and that employees would not be granted leave.

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Banking, railways, and electricity services are likely to be affected by central trade union action on Monday and Tuesday. As a result of the protest against Bharat Bandh, trade unions and regional unions argue that government policies that they define as “anti-labor, anti-farmer, and anti-national” are being brought forward.

In Jadavpur, left-wing supporters protest on railway tracks

A protester blocks a railway track in Bengal. Left-wing protesters were seen on the tracks at the Jadavpur railway station in Kolkata, as shown in pictures shared by ANI. West Bengal’s government offices are open on Wednesday. The State Government announced in its notification that all employees are allowed to take a casual leave of absence from work on the above dates (March 28-29 March) in the morning, afternoon, or for the entire day. No other leave will be allowed.”

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According to Indian Trade Unions leader Anand Sahu, “Mamata Banerjee‘s government has been criticized for not supporting the protest.” As the government opposes a strike against the policies of the Narendra Modi government against farmers, workers, and common citizens, it has shown its true colors.

The BJP won four of the five states, namely Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Uttarakhand, and Goa, while the AAP won Punjab. According to the BJP, it won four states as a result of its pro-people and pro-development agenda. BJP members plan to march in Kolkata today to protest the West Bengal massacre at Rampurhat.

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