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Public and private buses plied as usual and metro rail services remained normal, official sources said.
Eastern Railway sources said that train services were normal. Flights also operated normally at the NSC Bose International Airport, airport sources said.
Educational institutions were open and exams were held at the Calcutta University as per schedule while the CBSE also conducted its examinations.
He took a stock of the situation in and around his Dum Dum constituency this morning.
"There is no response from the common people as they have dumped the Left Front permanently. People do not want to waste a single day," Shukla said.
State secretariat sources said that attendance in all government offices was normal.
The state government had yesterday directed its employees to report for work today. In a notification, it said that no casual leave would be allowed in the first or second half of the day.