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Dec 7th Kota bandh: several organisations support protesting toll collection


Team Udayavani, Dec 6, 2018, 8:41 AM IST

Kota: The Kota Bandh call under the leadership of Heddari Jagrathi Samithi protesting against the collection of toll from local vehicles has received widespread support. Till now, more than 35 organisations have expressed their support for the bandh, informed Pratap Shetty, president of the Jagrathi Samithi to ‘Udayavani’.

To make the Kota Bandh successful, a separate committee has been created in every village and its members will approach all the houses and shops, requesting this cooperation for the bandh.

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