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Metro Today News Odisha – Bottles Flew Over Barbati and Truck Strike Called Off

Get rid of those traditional method of reading news, it’s time to adopt metro today news. Today’s news speaks about the gentleman’s game – cricket. At Barbati Stadium in Cuttack, around thirty kilometres away from Bhubaneswar, Police and Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) were on Tuesday indulged in a blame game after an unruly crowd hurled water bottles on ground during T20 match between India and South Africa. Mr. Naveen Patnaik the Chief Minister of Orissa took a major note of of the unpalatable incident and asked the police to furnish a report at the earliest. Players of both the teams left Bhubaneswar amid tight security on Tuesday. 


The commissioner of police R. P. Sharma said that he had asked the OCA not to allow water bottles into the stadium as Barabati had witnessed similar unsavoury incident in the past. But OCA opened a stall inside the stadium and sold water bottles. Sharma said that a strong action against the people, who threw water bottles and disrupted the match for several minutes. A thorough scanning of the CCTV clips will be done to find out people behind dismal performance. On Monday, the truckers association called of its 5 day strike demanding abolition of toll gates. More than forty thousand trucks stranded in and around Balasore. Trucks carrying essential commodities were stranded on both the sides of NH-5 and NH-60, causing a massive traffic jam. Meanwhile, prices of vegetables and other goods in retail markets were escalating fast due to the strike.


The price of the potatoes is skyrocketing across the state as all potato-laden trucks from West Bengal were stranded here. Even as the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) claimed to have kept 8.7 million trucks and two million buses and tempos across the country off the road, vehicles registered under other truckers' bodies like the All India Transport Welfare Association (AITWA) and the Indian Foundation of Transport Research and Training (IFTRT) were plying as they had not joined the strike. 


Industrial associations and local traders alleged that the trucks plying through Balasore were forcibly detained by the Balasore Truck Coordination Committee (BTCC), a local transport association, since October 1, in support of the AIMTC strike and the directive to stay off the road. Sources said hundreds of trucks loaded with perishable goods like potatoes, onions and eggs and fish were forcibly detained by the BTCC at Remuna Golai near Balasore for the past five days while the district administration allegedly remained a mute spectator. In order to know more topics related to News in Odisha, then check


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