An opposition-led strike in India's West Bengal state has shut down schools, businesses and public transportation on Monday.
Indian officials have reported some clashes and burned vehicles. The number of arrests and injuries remains unclear.
The strike was called to protest the recent killing of at least one villager by supporters of the state's ruling Marxist party during a demonstration last week. Several people were wounded in the clash.
The violence was part of a dispute between West Bengal's ruling Marxists, who want to acquire farm land for industrial use, and local residents who oppose the government's plan.
At least 21 people have been killed as a result of the land-related violence this year.