Here are Karnataka Bandh Live Updates live updates:

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Normal life remains affected in Karnataka on Thursday, following the state-wide bandh called by several pro-Kannada outfits seeking intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Mahadayi river water-sharing row between the state and its neighbour Goa.

The dawn-to-dusk bandh has thrown life out of gear, particularly in Bengaluru and northern districts that come under Malaprabha river basin. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) had said that they will operate buses as the unions have not supported the bandh. Employees, drivers and conductors were expected to join work. Police said elaborate security arrangements have been made across the state to ensure that no untoward incident occurs. Several examinations have also been rescheduled. Though public utility services said they would remain operational, things have changed on the basis of the severity of the bandh.

Here are Karnataka Bandh Live Updates live updates:


11:48am: Wipro has declared a holiday in its offices across the state on Thursday.”On account of the shutdown called by various organizations, as a precautionary measure, Wipro Limited has declared a holiday for employees in Karnataka today. Business Continuity Plans have been invoked to avoid disruption to a mission-critical project,” Wipro said in a statement.

11:45am: Holiday in government colleges and schools but private schools function as usual. A holiday has also been declared for all the schools and colleges in Ballari district.


11:28am: As precautions, KSRTC urban wing authorities have stopped bus services in #Mysuru. They will review situation post noon hours to commence operation.

11:15am: Mandya KRV activists tries to barge inside city railway station

11am: Not much attendance in High Court and sub-ordinate courts.

10:30am: Currently taxi services at Kempegowda International Airport are operating as usual.

10 am:

9:15 am: Namma Metro is operating at a 10-minute frequency schedule.

9:10 am:

9.05 am: Passengers stranded outside railway station as well as Kempegowda bus terminal in Majestic due to non-availability of public transport. Autorickshaws and cabs are plying but in lesser numbers.

8:50 am: Amidst police security, around 75 Karnataka Rakshana Vedike activists entered the railway station in Majestic and stood on railway tracks. All have been detained by the police.

8:40 am: Around 120 Karnataka Rakshana Vedike activists detained when they tried to barge into Sangolli Rayanna railway station.A group of protesters tried to disrupt rail services by entering the Bengaluru’s Sangolli Rayanna railway station but police stopped and detained them.

8:29 am: BMTC suspends bus operations. BMTC’s Vayu Vajra and KSRTC’s Fly Bus services are also not operational to and from the airport.

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