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Indian auto repair shop closes amid unrest

The Indian Auto Repair Shop on Bijapur Road, a popular shopping and leisure spot in the eastern Indian city of Coimbatore, has closed its doors for good, according to the local media.

The shop’s owner, Vaidyanathan S. Singh, has reportedly announced that he is no longer accepting new customers and closing shop for good on March 3, the Bijappur Times reported.

The owner of the shop, V.P. Srikanth, told the paper that the shop’s owners decided to close shop after they received death threats.

The news comes just a day after another shop in the city was also set to close due to safety concerns.

A shopkeeper, who did not want to be named, told Reuters that he had received threats in the last few days and that he was forced to close the shop.

A group of youths were seen gathering outside the shop at around 1:00am local time, and shouting slogans, according the newspaper.

The group was later reportedly stopped by security forces.

A local police officer who was present at the shop told the Times that the protesters had not taken any part in the shopkeepers actions.

The protesters also chanted “no work for the owners of the shops,” the paper added.

Indian auto workers have protested against the closure of the Coimbetore Auto Repair shop on the Bishkek highway.

The protestors have reportedly clashed with police forces at least twice in recent weeks.

A recent rally in Bishtek saw thousands of auto workers march through the city in a show of solidarity with the workers.

The protest was also held in front of the office of the president of India, Narendra Modi.

The Indian government has been accused of not providing adequate funds for the workers, who are on strike for an average of nearly five days a month.

The workers have been demanding better working conditions and pay raises, but their demands have been met only intermittently.

The protests have also put a strain on the government’s relationship with the auto industry.

Earlier this month, the Indian auto industry announced that it was cancelling more than $1 billion worth of investments in the country.

The decision comes after the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a new scheme to encourage private investment and promote job creation.

The plan calls for private companies to provide employment to 100,000 people by 2020.

However, India’s auto industry has been plagued by chronic underinvestment, as the country has seen a decline in auto production.

In September, the government announced that the government would make major investments in infrastructure, especially in the construction sector, in an attempt to spur the industry’s comeback.

However the plan has not been widely implemented, as many companies have shut down and others have announced layoffs.

Auto industry watchers have speculated that the protests are the latest in a series of protests that have taken place across India.

The demonstrations began in the early hours of January 17, after a fire at the auto parts supplier, Tata Motors, in Bengaluru, killing more than 300 people.

At least 200 people have been injured, with nearly 200 others injured, according an estimate by the Indian Medical Association.

The government has promised to pay out 1.6 billion rupees ($22 million) in compensation to the victims and their families.