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Five Tamil Nadu government buses stoned in Puducherry

A 12-hour ‘bandh’ called by the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and supported by different political parties for the cause of the farmers who had agitated in New Delhi, passed off peacefully in the Union Territory on Tuesday.

Five Tamil Nadu government buses stoned in Puducherry
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File photo of the SETC bus

Puducherry

The strike evoked a near ‘total’ response in Puducherry and Karaikal regions. 

No incidents, barring stone pelting in which the windscreen of five Tamil Nadu state government buses were shattered, were reported from any part of Puducherry.

Police made elaborate security arrangements and more than 500 volunteers of different political parties were arrested. 

Meanwhile, State DMK (South) Convenor R Siva MLA in a statement claimed that the strike was a success and thanked all sections of people.

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