Chennai, Sep 14: Opposition parties, including DMK, today extended their backing to the September 16 Tamil Nadu bandh called by different brokers and agriculturists bodies in the state over the Cauvery water sharing column.
“DMK has chosen to bolster the bandh,” party President M Karunanidhi said in an announcement.
He encouraged his gathering specialists to expand “full backing” to the challenge and take an interest in great numbers in the bandh, called to challenge the brutality focusing on Tamils in Karnataka and look for a long haul answer for the water sharing issue.
VCK, MDMK, PMK, CPI (M) and CPI have additionally communicated their backing to the bandh.
VCK organizer pioneer Thol.Thirumavalavan said his gathering laborers will take an interest in the rail barricade as a major aspect of the bandh and that he himself would lead a dissent here.
President of the Coordination Committee of Tamil Nadu All Farmers Associations P R Pandian said while in regards to 22 lakh shops will be shut on Friday, 11 lakh lorries will keep off the streets while ranchers and individuals from political gatherings would guarantee the proposed rail-bar.
The Tamil Nadu Vanigar Sangankalin Peramaippu (Federation of Tamil Nadu Traders’ Association) is likewise partaking in the bandh.
The Tamil Nadu Petroleum Dealers’ Association reported petrol bunks would stay close from first light to nightfall on Friday.
Around 4,600 fuel outlets won’t work on September 16, as indicated by the affiliation Secretary Mohammed.
Then, challenges on the Cauvery issue proceeded in various parts of the state.
BJP state President Tamizhisai Sounderrajan drove a challenge here where the fomenting individuals raised mottos against the Karnataka government.
Gatherings, for example, Naam Tamizhar Katchi (NMK) held challenges in Coimbatore, Tirunelveli, Sivakasi and Tanjavur, among different spots.