12-hour bandh hits normal life in Aska

KalingaTV News Network

Asika BandhAska: Normal life came to a halt in different parts of Aska in Ganjam district in response to a 12-hour bandh called by the local Bar Association to press various demands, including subdivision status for Aska.

Some of the other demands raised by the lawyers during the dawn to dusk bandh were making Aska a municipality, autonomous status to the Aska College and up-gradation of the local bus stand.

The protesters blocked Badanadi and Rusikulya bridges on NH-59 as well as roads in different part of the town. With vehicular communication coming to a standstill in and outside the town, commuters had a narrowing time reaching their destinations.

Educational institutions, shops and other business establishments remained closed in the town due to the bandh.

Significantly, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik represents Hinjli constituency in Ganjam district.

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