Normal life was disrupted in Kerala on Monday due to the nation-wide strike called by the NDA and Left parties to protest hike in fuel prices.
This is the second shut-down being observed by the state over the same issue in a span of 10 days.
Shops remained closed and buses, taxis and autorickshaws kept off the roads throughout the state, seriously affecting the mobility of people.
Police said no violence was reported from anywhere.
The ruling LDF had observed a day-long hartal on June 26 against increase in prices of petrol, diesel, kerosene and LPG.