CPI joins anti-FDI protests in AP
Hyderabad: The CPI on Thursday decided to join the
traders here in their protests as part of the nation-wide stir
against over FDI in retail sector.
The party said it would burn effigies at Naraynaguda and
organise a dharna at Begum Bazar in the city.
Traders in Begum Bazar, a traditional market for retail
shops, have planned to hold protests during the day
opposing the policy of the Central government.
Meanwhile, the one-day bandh evoked a partial response
in the morning hours here with several shops remaining open.
The impact of the bandh in traditional markets like
Koti, Sultan Bazar and other areas would be known only later
in the day.
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