On Friday, hundreds of farmers entered the national capital to hold a peaceful protest at the Sant Nirankari Ground after facing teargas and water cannons.
The stoppage affected Amazon distribution facilities in Leipzig, Bad Hersfeld, Augsburg, Rheinberg, Werne and Koblenz.
The nation-wide strike called by 10 central trade unions on Thursday was near total in the city with almost all shops remaining closed.
The state-level inauguration of the strike was held at Gandhi Park in Thiruvananthapuram.
The strike, which was also supported by the Congress, was more of a litmus test for both the parties, which seem to be testing waters ahead of the assembly polls in the state.
Ferries to the islands were halted and the Athens metro system and tram were shut for Thursday's strike, although buses continued to run in the capital.
Bank unions claimed that in the clearing grids, about 20 lakh cheques worth about Rs 18,000 crore could not be sent for clearance due to the strike.
The shops and commercial establishments remained shut and roads wore a deserted look, with vehicles staying off the roads.
Cash transaction including deposits and withdrawal at branches, forex and government transactions have been impacted in many public sector banks where participating unions are strong.
Ten central trade unions, except Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, will observe a nationwide general strike on November 26.
He alleged that the Modi government was injecting poison into BSNL for the sake of private companies like Jio.
The Israeli military said the improvised explosive devices had been placed by a “Syrian squad led by Iranian forces."
Trade unions call nationwide general strike on November 26, to support next week's farmers' agitation
Unions expressed satisfaction over the tremendous response being received from workers and the people at large throughout the country for strike.
One of the major contentions of the students is that lakhs of patients would be benefitted if the hospital resumes non-COVID services, and that it would be a blessing for PG students.
Around 40 per cent of parents are yet to pay the fee for the academic year 2019- 20 and many schools have sacked teachers and nonteaching staff as they could not pay them.