Honking menace by motorists
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Honking menace by motorists

December 29, 2020


I am writing with great anguish about the honking menace by motorists travelling on various vehicles here at Akashvani Circle, Yadavagiri. This is especially those coming from Sri Ramakrishna Ashram side and moving towards the city side.

As soon as the green signal is obtained, almost all the vehicles honk continuously. Similarly when the signal is about to turn red, vehicles honk hysterically to cross the Akashvani Circle before the traffic from Yadavagiri side commences.

Very sorry to say that this is nothing but a highly uncivilised and arrogant behaviour of those persons. Unfortunately, KSRTC bus drivers are also displaying the same behaviour.

I request the public to show some concern on persons living in houses along the main road by displaying decency and civilised behaviour by not honking while driving, especially during midnight and wee hours of the day.

– Ananth, Mysuru, 27.12.2020

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