New Delhi: A flash mob attacked at least eight factories in the capital on Thursday during the final day of a two-day nationwide strike called by major trade unions, police said.
Hundreds raising slogans against the government's economic policies suddenly attacked the garment factories in the Okhla industrial estate in south Delhi.
Police detained some of the attackers.
"The situation is now under control," additional commissioner of police Ajay Chaudhary told IANS.
TMC goons chop off man's ear
Meanwhile, Trinamool Congress workers allegedly chopped off the ear of a panchayat worker in West Bengal's Murshidabad district on Thursday for joining the two-day nationwide strike by major trade unions, police said.
"We have received information of the incident but no complaint has been registered so far," an officer of Jalangi police station, under which the incident happened, said.
The incident occurred in Jalangi in Murshidabad district, some 200km from Kolkata, when Hazrat Omar, a panchayat worker arrived at his office Thursday.