Chennai Traders ‘Bandh Call’ on Friday, More Than 12, 000 Police To Be Deployed

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CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Vanigar Sangangilin Peramaippu and various farmers associations have called the general strike on 16 September (Friday)  in Chennai, in view of this more than 12,000 Police personnel will be deployed, a police source said. The bandh call has been given to protest the violent attacks on Tamils in Karnataka. Bus services and other essential services are likely to be affected. An association of private schools announced closure of schools by their members. Petrol bunk owners, lorries, trailors, omnibuses and the farmers association will participate. DMK, the principal opposition party in Tamil Nadu and other political parties have extended support to the strike. The Chennai City Police officials say elaborate security will provided to ensure normalcy on 16 September (Friday). Intensive patrolling will be done in the city and necessary deployment will be stationed at vantage points. A Police official said necessary security will be provided to private establishments and shops if they function tomorrow. The City Commissioner Mr. S. George has convened a meeting of Police officials in the afternoon to discuss security arrangements. The Police have upped full security around central government offices.]]>

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