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Bharat Bandh On 8 January



Bharat Bandh On 8 January: In New Delhi, protest against CAA and NRC has been continuing for the past 21 days. The leftist organization of the students, All India Youth Federation declared its support to the ongoing agitation of the students against CAA and NRC. A large number of students associated with the Federation came from all parts of India and expressed their solidarity with the protesting students of Jamia Milla Islamia.

All these students then marched to Shaheen Bagh. They saluted a woman protester who was participating in the agitation with her minor children facing the cold weather condition of New Delhi when mercury recorded three degree Celsius temperature. The agitating students declared that protest would continue until the act is scrapped.

Bharat Bandh On 8 January

Addressing the gathering on this occasion, Mr. Syed Waliullah Quadri, President of All India Youth Federation told that BJP is implementing the agenda of the RSS which divides people into communal lines.

Mr. Quadri asked Modi Govt. who gave them to ask about the citizenship of the people of this country?.

He demanded the TRS Govt to convene the meeting of State Assembly and pass a resolution to scrap CAA and NRC.

He advised the M.P. of Hyderabad Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi to visit Jamia Millia Islamia instead of issuing statements sitting in Hyderabad and exert pressure on Mr. KCR to pass anti CAA resolution.

Banks Going To Be Closed On the 8th?

Banking services across the country are likely to be hit on Wednesday (January 8) as several bank employee unions deciding to join the nation-wide strike or Bharat Bandh. As per the order by the bank unions, branches of various banks may remain shut on Wednesday as the employees and officers will be on a day-long strike to protest against the ruling government’s “anti-people” policies.

The State Bank of India also released a statement informing the customers about the strike. According to the statement by State Bank of India, very few of its employees will be participating in the strike so the impact on bank operation will be minimal. On the other hand, the Bank of Baroda fears that its operations could be hit by the strike.

Trade unions INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF, UTU  will be taking part in the strike and expect the participation of not less than 25 crores of working people. In several places, ATM services are also likely to be impacted.

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