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Bharat Bandh Travel Update: What's Moving, What's Not

Several farmers' unions, including the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), have called for Bharat Bandh or nationwide strike today, to press their demands before the Centre. The day-long protest will begin from 6 am to 4 pm.

The Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), part of SKM, had called for a Bharat Bandh, citing a host of unmet demands of farmers. The Noida-based Bharatiya Kisan Parishad (BKP) has also extended support to Friday's Bharat Bandh

Bharat Bandh Travel Update: What's Moving, What's Not


  • In support of Bharat Bandh call by farmers' unions, Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandhak Committee (SGPC) will keep its offices and educational institutions close today

  • Restrictions under CrPC Section 144, including a ban on unauthorised public assemblies, processions or demonstrations, including political or religious, have been imposed across Noida in view of Bharat Bandh.

  • Emergency Services will continue as usual, hospitals, medical shops and ambulance services, among other services, will remain open.

  • Schools and colleges will also remain open. However, students and parents have been asked to remain in contact with the school authorities, in case of any change.

  • Commuters travelling to Delhi and coming back from the capital city have been urged to opt for metro rail service "as far as possible" to avoid inconvenience as traffic restrictions have been put in place

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), a traders' body, will not be a part of Bharat Bandh and will conduct their business as usual.

All markets across the country will remain fully operational, ensuring regular business activities, the traders' body said.

CAIT's National President, BC Bhartia and National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal stated that traders will keep their establishments open during the Bharat Bandh, ensuring the availability of essential goods and services to the public


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