People, who are planning to travel via public transport, are advised to make a plan B as all bus, taxi, auto unions across the country confirmed that they will observe the bandh protesting against Road Transport and Safety Bill 2014.
While it will be a 24-hour bandh in New Delhi and in other metro cities, auto unions in Bengaluru informed that they will observe the bandh from 6 am to 6 pm.
Office goers, school children and other commuters, who depend on public transport, will face a major problem on Thursday.
Delhi Auto-rickshaw Sangh general secretary Rajendra Soni was quoted as saying, "If the government does not pay heed to our demands and refuses to reduce the penalties, we will go on an indefinite strike."
"The transport unions from across the country are with us in our battle and the government's indifference will cripple public transport in the entire country in the days to come," he added.