Despite ban and warnings, many climb dilapidated buildings

Despite ban and warnings, many climb dilapidated buildings

October 6, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Despite there being a ban on climbing dilapidated buildings on Jumboo Saravi route and also warnings from the Police, hundreds of people had climbed dilapidated building and had also perched atop trees to witness the grand finale.

People were seen atop Lansdowne Building, a portion of which had collapsed about 10 years back and the Government dilly dallying on its reconstruction. The building is now empty and very dilapidated.

Many people were also seen atop many buildings all along the Jumboo Savari route, risking their lives only to see the  Dasara Procession.


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