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Hartal: Normal life affected in Kerala

Hartal: Normal life affected in Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 10 (UNI) Normal life was affected in Kerala as the dawn-to-dusk hartal called by the ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the Opposition United Democratic Front (UDF) as part of the nation-wide agitation against the fuel price hike evoked 'total response' in the state.

Shops, business establishments and educational institutions were remained closed and attendance at the government offices was thin as both KSRTC buses and private buses keept off the road.

No untoward incidents were reported in the state so far following the hartal that began at 0600 hours.

In the State capital, police arranged vehicles to transport people from the Central Railway Station to the Medical College Hospital and Regional Cancer Centre.

The UDF will take out a protest march to Accountant General office while the LDF will hold a march to General Post Office to express their protest against spiralling fuel prices.

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