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Unified Andhra observes total bandh

Normal life in 13 districts gets crippled

The bandh on Monday for the unified Andhra Pradesh in 13 districts is total success paralyzing the normal life with the closure of shops and offices closed on their own accord. APSRTC has withdrawn its services, educational institutions were closed. The bandh spearheaded by a Joint Action Committee comprising of Congress, TDP, Praja Rajyam parties was largely peaceful but some of their leaders were arrested at different places for enforcing bandh call.

Meanwhile, TDP MLA KE Prabhakar and party's Kurnool district convenor S Venkateswarulu were booked after the former and his supporters were involved in a scuffle with a police party when they tried to forcibly close shops in Kurnool. It is said that Prabhakar pushed the Circle Inspector and some other policemen in the melee. PRP MLA V Srinivasa Rao, former Congress Minister M Budha Prasad, Mayor M Ratan Bindu and former Mayor Mallika Begam were among those prominent that were booked by the police.

The offices of BSNL, District Cooperative Central Bank and Kapil Chit Funds in Nellore Town were damaged in stone pelting. Stones were also thrown at the MRO office at Devarapalli in West Godavari district resulting in a clash between police and protesters. Railway authorities beefed up security at all railway stations in the State in view of rail roko by JACs separately in coastal-Rayalaseema and Telangana on Tuesday. The JAC of Telanagana students gave a call for rail roko and blockade of national highways. The DGP's spokesperson said 1,450 persons were taken into custody.

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