As per the latest updates, the state of Karnataka will remain closed on September 29. This will impact educational institutes, buses, taxis, and private transport.
The farmers’ groups and various activists have called for the bandh on September 29. Earlier on September 26, these protesters were called for Bengaluru Bandh, which was deemed a success by these organizations.
Why Karnakata is Bandh on September 29?
The state Government of Karnataka was ordered by the Cauvery Water Management Authority (CWMA) to release 5000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu. This order was effective from September 13 and will remain in effect for 15 days from the date of the order.
Regarding a continuing conflict with Karnataka over the Cauvery River, different groups of farmers protested on September 25 in the state of Tamil Nadu. These farmers in Tamil Nadu want the opening of the Cauvery River.
Are Bengaluru Schools Closed Tomorrow 29 September 2023?
According to reports, a number of private institutions are also debating the idea of doing classes online on the day of the Karnataka Bandh. Parents and kids are advised to keep in touch with the administration. But if reports are to be believed, then the schools and colleges will only remain closed after an official notice.
As of now, no official statement has been made regarding how the state-wide bandh on September 29 can impact schools and universities. Before making such a decision, the government authorities will analyze the current situation and then release a statement.
Will Cabs & BMTC Buses remain closed on 29 September
Karnataka Bandh has been called by leaders of certain pro-Kannada organizations including Vatal Nagaraj, head of Kannada Chaluvali. The timings for the Karnataka Bandh have not been revealed officially but it is expected that like Bengaluru Bandh, this will also go on from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Ola and Uber Services hotels and restaurants are most likely to remain shut on September 29. Hospitals, medical shops, and other essential services are expected to remain open in the state. However, banks and ATMs will work as they are.