http://economictimes.indiatimes.com...s-may-face-tough-time/articleshow/6127769.cms Bharat Bandh tomorrow: Delhi commuters may face tough time 4 Jul 2010, 1724 hrs IST,AGENCIES NEW DELHI: Delhiites could face some hardships in reaching their destinations tomorrow as the workers of opposition parties, including the Left and BJP, plan to block traffic in several parts of the city as part of their 'Bharat Bandh' against price rise. The four Left parties -- CPI(M), CPI, RSP and Forward Bloc -- will organise a protest demonstration at the busy ITO Chowk, which connects east Delhi with the heart of the capital. The Left parties will be joined by Samajwadi Party, Telugu Desam, JD(S), BJD, AIADMK and INLD in other parts of the country. The Left parties will be organising protests at nine places in the capital while there will be three demonstrations in Ghaziabad and one in Noida. Out of the total 13 demonstrations by the Left, three will be organised by CPI(M) alone. BJP will also organise protests across the city. In the main protest in Chandni Chowk, BJP president Nitin Gadkari and Rajnath Singh will take part. Delhi BJP chief Vijender Gupta meanwhile appealed to managements to keep their schools closed tomorrow and requested parents not to send their children to schools. "All shops will remain closed and only emergency services are exempt from the strike," Gupta said.