Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and autos will remain off road from 6am to 10 pm tomorrow here as Central trade unions going ahead with one-day nationwide strike to protest against the labour reforms proposed by the government.
In the wake of the strike called by the public transportation sector, transport service is likely to be affected in Bengaluru on September 2nd.
BMTC officials informed that as many as 6,000 BMTC buses will remain off road from 6 am to 10 pm in support of the strike call.
However, Taxis and trains will be available through out the day.
India will face yet another bandh on September 2 as Central trade unions going ahead with one-day nationwide strike to protest against the labour reforms proposed by the government.
Union leaders said that the strike will affect the fucntioning of essential service like transport and supply of power, gas and oil. But Bharath Mazdoor Sangh clamied power, oil and gas supplies will not be affected as a number of public sector workers would not participate in the nationwide strike.
However, Schools and Colleges will be remained open and there has been no official declaration of holiday is yet announced.