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Demonetisation protest: Normal life in Kerala crippled by shutdown

Kerala the ruling Left Democratic Front government decided to organise a dawn-to-dusk shutdown

IANS  |  Thiruvananthapuram 

The shutdown called by Kerala's ruling LDF on Monday appeared to be total as only private vehicles plied, offices registered minimal attendances, and normal life was crippled. While the leading national opposition parties called for a nationwide protest the aftermath of the demonetisation, in Kerala the ruling Left Democratic Front government decided to organise a dawn-to-dusk shutdown. The shutdown was called to denounce the demonetisation of high value currency which has left the cooperative banks in the state in turmoil. Even though it was a state-wide shutdown, the ...

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Demonetisation protest: Normal life in Kerala crippled by shutdown

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Kerala the ruling Left Democratic Front government decided to organise a dawn-to-dusk shutdown The shutdown called by Kerala's ruling LDF on Monday appeared to be total as only private vehicles plied, offices registered minimal attendances, and normal life was crippled. While the leading national opposition parties called for a nationwide protest the aftermath of the demonetisation, in Kerala the ruling Left Democratic Front government decided to organise a dawn-to-dusk shutdown. The shutdown was called to denounce the demonetisation of high value currency which has left the cooperative banks in the state in turmoil. Even though it was a state-wide shutdown, the ... image
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Demonetisation protest: Normal life in Kerala crippled by shutdown

Kerala the ruling Left Democratic Front government decided to organise a dawn-to-dusk shutdown

The shutdown called by Kerala's ruling LDF on Monday appeared to be total as only private vehicles plied, offices registered minimal attendances, and normal life was crippled. While the leading national opposition parties called for a nationwide protest the aftermath of the demonetisation, in Kerala the ruling Left Democratic Front government decided to organise a dawn-to-dusk shutdown. The shutdown was called to denounce the demonetisation of high value currency which has left the cooperative banks in the state in turmoil. Even though it was a state-wide shutdown, the ...

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