July 14, 2017 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Ludhiana: As per media reports activists of some Hindu outfits tried to impose bandh (shutdown) in a local market in the city but the move was imposed by shopkeepers. This led to heated exchange between Hindutva activists and shopkeepers.
A report on the website of Daily Ajit, a Punjabi vernacular, notes that the police interference averted the clash and took away Hindutva activists.
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It is notable that Hindutva activists had given a Punjab shutdown call to protest against 10 July attack on Amarnath Yatra. Reports from other places were awaited at the time of writing this report.