Cauvery issue: 'April 12 Karnataka bandh has been postponed for now,' says Vatal Nagaraj

Kannada Chaluvali Vatal Paksha leader Vatal Nagaraj has called off the April 12 Karnataka bandh. As of now Central Government and Supreme Court have not given word on the formation of the Cauvery Management Board. Next hearing regarding this case is on May 3. So we'll decide on bandh once the verdict comes," said Vatal to the media. "Exams are going on all over Karnataka and we are concerned about them. Instead of bandh, we might resort to Raj Bhavan Protest on April 12 to garner the central government's attention. At any cost Rajinikanth's and Kamal Haasan's movies won't be allowed to screen in Karnataka," he further added.

 
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