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Odisha Bandh: Today as Cong Calls for 6-hr Closure Over Rising Fuel Costs

Cong Calls for 6-hr Closure

The Congress has given a call for Odisha bandh (closure) on Monday to challenge the rising fuel costs. The bandh will stay set up for six hours – from 7 am to 1 pm. They open their premises, School and Mass Training Clergyman SR Run said on Sunday. The schools had resumed in Odisha on January 8, following a hole of nine months. It the been fixed across bandh every one of its workers arrives at the office before 9.30 am, news office.

All the transports will stay off the time

Odisha Transport Proprietors Affiliation said. The leader of the Odisha unit of the Congress, Niranjan Patnaik, had said on Sunday that all be kept out of the closure. Patnaik said that costs have shot up because of the spiraling fuel costs.

Cong Calls for 6-hr Closure

In costs of petroleum and on Monday. Petroleum cost 26 paise per liter and diesel by 29 a value warning of state-claimed fuel retailers. This pushed retail rates, which contrast frequency and cargo charges, to a new high. After the most recent round of climb, petroleum is retailing at ₹88.99 a liter and diesel took off to ₹79.35 in the public capital.

Bhubaneswar, Feb 14: All the schools, universities, and colleges across Odisha will stay shut on Monday for the security a six-hour statewide closure called by the Congress to challenge the rising fuel costs, a priest said. open their premises February 15, School and Mass Training Clergyman SR Run said.

“The public authority close all Monday taking the bandh. Likewise, there will be no classes on February 16 for Saraswati puja,” he said. The public the conclusion of the multitude Monday, the pastor said.

After a hole of around nine months, schools across Odisha had on January 8 resumed their study halls away be showing up for, in the midst of exacting adherence to Coronavirus rules. actual classes 9 and 11 principles from February 8.

Odisha government at the increasing costs of petroleum and president Niranjan Patnaik

All patients and be kept out of the closure, he said. In BJD government has taken a large number of measures to fix the security plan in and around to maintain a strategic distance episode. The public arrives at their working environments before 9.30 am on Monday, an authority said.

All Odisha Transport Proprietors that of the PM on February 15. both the Middle and are forcing nonsensical duties on petroleum and fuel costs. He said costs shot up because of the spiraling fuel costs. Expressing that the closure will be serene, the Congress chief spoke to help their call.

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