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Chaos grips Bengaluru as garment workers stage protests
The ongoing protests in Bengaluru against the Centre's new norms on Provident Fund withdrawal escalated on Tuesday with widespread arson and violence in the peripheral areas of the city, mainly the highways that lead to the city. (Photo: PTI))
The ongoing protests in Bengaluru against the Centre's new norms on Provident Fund withdrawal escalated on Tuesday with widespread arson and violence in the peripheral areas of the city, mainly the highways that lead to the city. (Photo: PTI))
Four buses were torched, several private vehicles damaged. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
Four buses were torched, several private vehicles damaged. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
An angry mob also vandalised Hebbagodi police station.(Photo: ANI Twitter)
An angry mob also vandalised Hebbagodi police station.(Photo: ANI Twitter)
Six women in different areas suffered injuries as police resorted to lathicharge and firing tear gas shells to disperse the protesting workers. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
Six women in different areas suffered injuries as police resorted to lathicharge and firing tear gas shells to disperse the protesting workers. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
The workers demanded the rollback of changes in rules governing their Provident Fund. (Photo: AP)
The workers demanded the rollback of changes in rules governing their Provident Fund. (Photo: AP)
Under the changed rules, people can withdraw only a part of their Provident Fund before retirement. (Photo: Twitter/ @NaveenDahiyaABC)
Under the changed rules, people can withdraw only a part of their Provident Fund before retirement. (Photo: Twitter/ @NaveenDahiyaABC)
Garment factory workers were most vocal in their protests. They gathered in thousands on Hosur Road, Tumkur Road and Bannerghatta and Mysore roads leading to traffic pile up running into several kilometres. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
Garment factory workers were most vocal in their protests. They gathered in thousands on Hosur Road, Tumkur Road and Bannerghatta and Mysore roads leading to traffic pile up running into several kilometres. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
Police used tear gas shells and lathicharge to disperse the protesters in Gottogere and Hebbagodi. (Photo: Twitter/ @afeefua)
Police used tear gas shells and lathicharge to disperse the protesters in Gottogere and Hebbagodi. (Photo: Twitter/ @afeefua)
In Bommanahalli, several vehicles were set on fire. Safety concerns mounted as goods vehicle carrying as many as 15 LPG domestic cylinder were among the vehicles that were set ablaze. (Photo: Twitter: @SangrmMohapatra)
In Bommanahalli, several vehicles were set on fire. Safety concerns mounted as goods vehicle carrying as many as 15 LPG domestic cylinder were among the vehicles that were set ablaze. (Photo: Twitter: @SangrmMohapatra)
The situation ran out of control as police failed to reign in mobs who gathered in several places.  (Photo: ANI Twitter)
The situation ran out of control as police failed to reign in mobs who gathered in several places. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
Protestors attacked the BIOCON office in Electronics City and vandalized several parts of the city like Gottigere, Electronics City, Singsandra, Boomanahalli, Goreguntapalya, Tumuru, HSR Layout, Bellandur Gate, Sarjapur, Hulimavu. (Photo: Twitter: @SangrmMohapatra)
Protestors attacked the BIOCON office in Electronics City and vandalized several parts of the city like Gottigere, Electronics City, Singsandra, Boomanahalli, Goreguntapalya, Tumuru, HSR Layout, Bellandur Gate, Sarjapur, Hulimavu. (Photo: Twitter: @SangrmMohapatra)
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