(Updates) How Bharat Bandh unfolds in South India

Bengaluru, Sept 2: The 'bandh' call by the All India Trade Union against the "anti-worker" changes that the government has brought in its labour laws has reverberated across India. Schools, colleges and transport are hit, but emergency facilities continue to provide services in each state at the behest of the state and the central governments.

Citing absolute apathy of the government toward their demand for better wages, close to 10 central trade unions unite to go on a one-day strike. 

Bharat Bandh

However, the reaction is not the same in every state. South Indian states, specially, have a mixed response to the bandh. 

Let's see how:

2:50 pm: 

1:58 pm: 1,200 workers in Puducherry arrested

1:12 pm: 

1:01 pm: Workers strike back in Andhra Pradesh

12:55 pm: 

A story to tell: 

12:26 pm: Banking operations came to a standstill in Telangana

12:08 pm: Cyberabad not far behind

12:06 pm: Citizens of Kerala see politics in Bandh

12:02 pm: Kerala speaks

11:57 am: 

11:50 am: 'Magestic' grandeur in Bengaluru.

11:48 am: 

[Read: Sept 2 All-India Trade Union Bandh: South India showcases mixed response ]

We or any groups associated with us are not supporting the trade union strike : Pawan Kumar,Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh

11:40 am: 

11:38 am: Trade unions hit normal life in Bengaluru. Deserted bus stops can be spotted across the city.

11:15 am:

11:00 am:

[Read: Live: Dawn to dusk strike by trade union cripples life in north India]

[Read: Bharat Bandh: In Bengaluru, BMTC, auto, cabs to go off roads]

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