Hebbal Lake camera ban revoked
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Hebbal Lake camera ban revoked

November 30, 2021


The Infosys Security had placed a prohibition on taking cameras and binoculars into Hebbal Lake Park.

Upon hearing displeasure about this strange policy from the park-users, I am happy to learn from Infosys Security that this ban has now been revoked.

I appreciate this prompt action by Raghu Das of Infosys Security. Once again, thank you Infosys Foundation for all the good works you do.

– C.S. Raghothama, Mysuru, 25.11.2021

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