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         Posted on :16:20:23 Oct 12, 2017
   
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         Tags: Hartal, Chennithala, HC
 
KOCHI: Kerala high court has sent notice to Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala, seeking his explanation on UDF hartal on October 16 against the policies of Central-State governments.
 
The court made this instruction while considering the petition, questioning the decision of the UDF to hold hartal.
 
“When hartals are declared, people develop fear and anxiety. The government has the obligation to allay the fears and anxiety of people caused by hartals that curtail their freedom of movement. It is the responsibility of the government to ensure the security of people with the coordination of various departments. The Supreme Court has issued guidelines to be followed while hartal is observed. Steps should be taken to get that information to the public via media,” the court said. 
 
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