इंडियन आवाज़     23 Apr 2018 11:22:29      انڈین آواز

Normal life hit in Mumbai following state wide Bandh

AMN /Mumbai

Riot police walk past a damaged public bus during a protest in MumbaiNormal life was badly disturbed in Mumbai due to state wide bandh being observed here on Wednesday.A Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said as many as 13 ‘BEST’ buses were damaged by protesters in Kalanagar area (Bandra), Dharavi, Kamraj Nagar, Santosh Nagar, Dindoshi and Hanuman Nagar.

Lifeline of Mumbai was also crippled as protesters blocked trains at Virar, Goregaon and Thane stations for some time.

School buses were damaged at Chembur, while both cab-hailing services Ola and Uber were affected due to the strike.

Mumbai BEST buses stopped plying on Kandivali-Akurli, Dindoshi-Hanuman Nagar, Chandivali-Sangharsh Nagar, Khairani Rd-Sakinaka, Sahar Cargo, Mulund Check Naka and Jijamata Nagar routes.

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