Maharashtra will be closed today, know what will remain open and what will remain closed

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Mumbai: According to the big news of the morning, today all the three coalition parties of Maharashtra Government (Maharashtra Bandh) Congress, NCP, and Shivsena on Monday i.e. 11 October in support of the farmers killed in the incident of violence in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh. A statewide bandh has been called. Today, all the three parties of Mahavikas Aghadi will jointly protest against the incident. It is worth mentioning that 8 people died in this incident. Of these, 4 were farmers. Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra has also been arrested in the case.

Today, during the Maharashtra bandh, Mumbai Police will increase the deployment of its personnel on the roads on Monday to avoid any untoward incident. Regarding the settlement, police officials say that three companies of the State Reserve Police Force (SRPF), 500 home guards, and 400 personnel from local armed units have already been deployed as additional manpower for security during Navratri. . But more units will be installed today for settlement.

These things will be closed

  • Here Chhatrapati Shivaji Market Yard Traders Association has also supported this bandh. According-
  • Fudge-vegetable, onion, potato markets will be completely closed on Monday.
  • All the traders have also been appealed to keep their shops closed on Monday.
  • Farmers have also been appealed not to bring their produce to the cities on Monday.

What will remain open

  • However, essential services will continue during this period.
  • Essential services like hospitals, medicine shops have been kept out of the bandh across the state.
  • The services of the dabbawalas of Mumbai will continue.
  • The shooting of films will start.

Opposition to BJP
Here BJP has strongly opposed this Maharashtra bandh. In this regard, the Leader of Opposition and former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said that the ruling parties are doing tremendous politicization of this matter. At the same time, BJP MLA Nitesh Rane has also warned the state government not to forcibly close the shops, otherwise, they will also come out in protest.