Bharat Bandh: Offices, schools and colleges open at regular time in New Delhi
Heavy police deployment was made in the national capital with reserve police forces deployed and motorcycle patrols being put on high alert, a senior police officer said.
Meanwhile, AAP leaders staged a protest at Jantar Mantar against the fuel price hike.
Senior party leader Dilip Pandey said unrest against Narendra Modi-led government is growing and the opposition cannot remain silent to the plight of a common man affected by issues like fuel price hike, corruption, and unemployment.
Schools and colleges also had classes on time though students experienced difficulties in finding transportation.
However, a transport department official said the DTC buses and cluster buses were running as usual and no reports of disruption were received so far.