Anti-Kudankulam activists end protest, to decide next action
"We will have a meeting of community leaders on October 14 to decide on the next course of action against the nuclear power project. The people are protesting against the project for the past 420 days and they should not be ignored," S.P. Udayakumar, coordinator of PMANE, said on Monday.
He said a protest outside the Tamil Nadu state assembly will be held October 29. According to Udayakumar, the sea protest was successful.
Opposing the KNPP, fishermen, traders, activists, and cadres of political parties held a protest on Monday in the sea near the atomic power plant, around 500 metres from the Kudankulam shore.
Soaring temperatures and heat waves have gripped North India, as locals try to beat it by drinking fluids and covering themselves as they drive their vehicles. The effect of the rising temperatures was visible in Allahabad, where scores of people turned up to take bath in the Ganges river to beat the heat.
Date 19-05-13, Duration 1:31, Views 675