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Cauvery row: Pro-Kannada protesters stage 'Rail Roko' protest in Mandya

Heavy security has been put in place at the Mandya Railway Station as "Rail Roko" protest by Karnataka Rakshana Vedike is expected against the Supreme Court directive to Karnataka to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.


Cauvery row: Pro-Kannada protesters stage 'Rail Roko' protest in Mandya

Bengaluru: Heavy security has been put in place at the Mandya Railway Station as "Rail Roko" protest by Karnataka Rakshana Vedike is expected against the Supreme Court directive to Karnataka to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.

 

 

Here are the latest updates:-

-If anybody assemble on roads or stage protest, he will be taken in preventive custody: Charan Reddy.

-We have deployed city police, state reserve police and para-military forces in the wake of "Rail Roko" protest: Charan Reddy (Additional CP).

-Karnataka Rakshana Vedike stage "Rail Roko" protest in Bengaluru. Vatal Nagraj & other Pro-Kannada activists detained.

-ITBP forces deployed at Mandya railway station as "Rail Roko" protest by ‘K'taka Rakshana Vedike’ is expected.

-Pro-Kannada protesters at Mandya railway station, detained by the police.

-Visual of the security deployment at Mandya Station.

-Karnataka Rakshana Vedike, Jai Karnataka, Vatal Kannada Paksha and Dr. Rajkumar Fans Association are among the 800 Kannada organisations which will take part in the protest.

-Mandya Superintendent of Police Sudhir Kumar Reddy told ANI that all sorts of arrangement are made to deal with any kind of trouble.

-The situation continues to be normal in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka as no reports of violence has come from any parts of the states though the interstate transport through Karnataka border remained at standstill.

-The district administration has arranged special buses to bring the passengers who disembark at the Karnataka side of the border to Hosur from where they could proceed to their destinations.

-Curfew was lifted in all the 16 police station limits in Bengaluru on Wednesday as the city bounced back to normal after widespread violence over the Cauvery water sharing row with neighbouring Tamil Nadu.

-The Supreme Court will hear a plea today seeking direction to the Centre and the state governments of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka to maintain law and order, in the wake of the massive protests over the Cauvery water distribution row.

-Bus and metro services started and some schools and colleges also reopened yesterday.

-Large gatherings are still banned in the city as a precaution, Bengaluru Police Commissioner NS Megharikh said.

From Zee News

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