Bangalore Bandh News Updates: Bengaluru Traffic Police Advisory

Bangalore Bandh News UpdateBangalore Bandh News Updates: Bengaluru Traffic Police Advisory

The Karnataka State Private Vehicles Owner Association (KSPVA) announced a walkout in opposition to the Shakti program of the Karnataka government, which offers women free transportation on non-premium government buses. The private transportation providers claim that the plan reduces their profit. The city’s transportation system is anticipated to be impacted by the demonstration. (ANI)

BMTC will deploy 500 additional buses to manage crowds in the city as the KSPVA has called for a bandh on Monday.

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Following the demand for a “Bengaluru Bandh” by the Karnataka State Private Vehicles Owner Association on Monday, the Bengaluru traffic police issued a traffic advisory urging the public to make appropriate plans. The operation of taxis, maxi cabs, private buses, and auto rickshaws may be disrupted. Therefore, All drivers are urged to take alternate routes and make travel plans according to the alert. According to the warning, people should stay off of KG Road, Sheshadri Road, GT Road, and the routes near Majestic Bus stand and Freedom Park. (ANI)

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