Bengaluru metro services resume after negotiations between workers, police

07 July 2017, 12:52 PM
Representational Image (Source: PTI)
Representational Image (Source: PTI)

The metro services in Bengaluru resumed on Friday with immediate effect after negotiations between metro workers and police department.

The services were stopped temporarily on Friday and thousands of office-bound commuters left stranded in the morning.

Bengaluru metro workers were thrashed by police officer on Thursday.

As per reports, there was a fight between BMRCL staff and Karnataka State Industrial Security Force personnel which led to arrest of a staff. They had decided not to go to work until the staff is released from police custody.

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First Published: Friday, July 07, 2017 12:46 PM
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