What is the difference between strike and blockade? Find out which one is more terrifying and bloody
Naturally, the question of what is the difference between a strike and a blockade is now present in everyone’s mind. Many do not know the main difference between strike and blockade? Let’s shed some light on this today.
blockade A special measure to enforce a claim is a blockade. Blockade is forcing the people to carry out the program. The blockade informed people that roads, waterways and railways would be blocked during the programme. Transport will not be allowed to move. There is no question of whether or not people respond to the blockade, rather people are forced to carry out the program. It means that whether the general public participates or not, the roads will be blocked by vehicles.
A strike is a collective movement of people against the government. All workplaces, shops, courts remain closed during the strike. But usually ambulance, fire brigade, mass media are out of reach. Hartal is a Gujarati word. ‘Har’ means everywhere and ‘Tal’ means lock. In other words, strike means lock everywhere. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi initiated the hartal during the anti-British movement.
So which is more dangerous between strike and blockade?
Since the general public participates in the hartal, there is a lot of irritation in this matter. Common people suffer more. Many people’s lives are lost. Politicians think strike is a bigger program than blockade. This is the final phase of the program.