Bangalore slows down on bandh day: In Pics

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Bangalore, July 31: While many schools and colleges remained closed on Thursday, July 31, most of the educational institutions were open as Bangalore observed bandh. However, many examinations, which were scheduled to be held on Thursday, have been postponed.

Here are a few pictures from the day.

Roads turn empty on Bandh day

While many schools and colleges remained closed on Thursday, July 31, most of the educational institutions were open as Bangalore observed bandh

Roads turned empty on bandh day

The tech city and other cities of Karnataka have been protesting against increasing crime against women and children in the state, especially in Bangalore

Roads turned empty on bandh day

A peaceful protest march was held from Town Hall to Chief Minister residence where protesters submitted a memorandum. At least 10,000 people joined the protest march

Roads turned empty on bandh day

Just to avoid any disturbance or clashes during bandh on Thursday, 17,000 police officials including RAF, CAR, 1000 home guards, KSRP 52 battalions have scattered in the city

Roads turned empty on bandh day

Though BBMP employees kept off work, many buses across the city have been plying and a few autos were running on Thursday

17,000 police officials deployed on bandh day

Just to avoid any disturbance or clashes during bandh on Thursday, 17,000 police officials including RAF, CAR, 1000 home guards, KSRP 52 battalions have scattered in the city

Roads turned empty on bandh day

The tech city and other cities of Karnataka have been protesting against increasing crime against women and children in the state, especially in Bangalore.

 

 

Roads turned empty on bandh day

A peaceful protest march was held from Town Hall to Chief Minister residence where protesters submitted a memorandum. At least 10,000 people joined the protest march.

 

 

Roads turned empty on bandh day

Just to avoid any disturbance or clashes during bandh on Thursday, 17,000 police officials including RAF, CAR, 1000 home guards, KSRP 52 battalions have scattered in the city

 

 

Bangalore slows down on bandh day (Pics)

Though BBMP employees kept off work, many buses across the city have been plying and a few autos were running on Thursday

 

 

Roads turned empty on bandh day

Just to avoid any disturbance or clashes during bandh on Thursday, 17,000 police officials including RAF, CAR, 1000 home guards, KSRP 52 battalions have scattered in the city

 

 

Roads turned empty on bandh day

A peaceful protest march was held from Town Hall to Chief Minister residence where protesters submitted a memorandum. At least 10,000 people joined the protest march

 

 

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