Earlier in the day pro Kannada activist, Vatal Nagraj said that he has not given any bandh call. He however added that there would be a rail rokho programme on September 15th.
Although certain splinter groups have been circulating messages about a Bengaluru bandh, the Chief Secretary of the state said that life would be normal in the city tomorrow.
The government also made it clear all state run institutions would be open tomorrow. The private institutions however have declared a holiday tomorrow.
The private unaided institutions say that there would be a holiday tomorrow, but also added that the Dusshera vacations would be reduced. Police commissioner of Bengaluru, N S Megharik said that parents of students would need to contact the private institutions to find about if there was a holiday or not.
Meanwhile Section 144 of the CRPC or prohibitory orders would be in force tomorrow too. The decision to relax curfew in the 15 areas of the city would only be taken tomorrow depending on how the situation is tonight.
Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah said earlier during a press conference that he would deal with an iron hand to ensure that peace is maintained in the state.