Assam: Bharat bandh elicits lukewarm response in Barak Valley 

In all three districts of Cachar, Karimganj, and Hailakandi, there has been a lukewarm response to the bandh due to a lack of public support.

In fact, neutral observers see the bandh as a way for shrunken left political groups and their comrades to assert their presence.

Beyond that, the hours-long shutdown, which paralyses everyday life and has a negative impact on daily wage earners, has no value.

Sanjukta Kisan Morcha called an all-India bandh, which was supported by SUCI (Socialist Unity Centre of India), DSO (Democratic Student Organisation), Forward Block, and All India MSS volunteers.

Except in Hailakandi, where KMSS has a stronghold, it was unable to draw a throng.

When the request for a bandh is made, personnel of state and central institutions, banks, and industrial units psychologically revert to holiday mode.

Furthermore, there is a sense of anxiety in business circles, which leads to the closure of shops and their interests.

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