Government offices, business establishments, public transport and educational institutions functioned normally across the state, information received here said.
Scores of leaders and workers of the Congress, Left and Telugu Desam Party were detained when they held protests near the State Road Transport Corporation (RTC) depots, preventing buses from being operated, police said.
According to Additional Director General of Police Jitender, a total of 4,100 people were taken into preventive custody and let off in the evening.
Barring a few stray incidents, including a bus being torched in the city, the bandh passed off peacefully, he said.
The tax imposed on petrol at 35.5 per cent and diesel at 27 per cent in Telangana was one of the 'highest' in the country, he said.
AICC secretary Srinivasan Krishnan and 40 others were taken into preventive custody when they staged a dharna in front of the RTC bus station in Dharmapuri in Karimnagar district, a police official said.
According to him, all the educational institutions affiliated to the varsity functioned.
Petrol bunks remained open while some commercial establishments and educational institutions were closed in Karimnagar and Warangal.
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