JD(S) Thanksgiving Rally: Minor traffic snarls in Mandya
News

JD(S) Thanksgiving Rally: Minor traffic snarls in Mandya

Mandya: The seven-hour ban on movement of traffic on the Mysuru-Bengaluru highway owing to JD(S) thanksgiving rally addressed by CM H.D. Kumaraswamy in Mandya yesterday had minor effects on the busy road. However, there was no major traffic jams as expected earlier.

JD(S) had organised the programme at Sir MV District Stadium in Mandya to thank voters for electing its candidates from all seven Assembly segments in the district. Over one lakh people turned up for the event.

The Mandya District Administration had banned traffic between Maddur and Srirangapatna and had diverted many vehicles. The ban was from 2 pm to 9 pm. As the CM arrived at 7 pm, the Police had thrown open the road and had not imposed any restrictions till 6.30 pm.

However, during the rally, some traffic jams were witnessed and chaos prevailed on the main road that links Mysuru and Bengaluru. All private vehicles and KSRTC buses were diverted via Malavalli.

Bus drivers and taxi operators said they took an hour more to reach their destination due to diversion and slow-moving traffic. There were no traffic jams after the rally concluded.

July 21, 2018

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “JD(S) Thanksgiving Rally: Minor traffic snarls in Mandya”

  1. dr.m.shanthakumar says:

    idiot kumaraswamy

  2. ankeatas says:

    Manninmagan Makala Mandealli bari Mannu. The vision of reality was there was not much crowd at all for the Thanks giving. This was stupidness blocking the Higway for public, still yet to understand why was the MYS-BLR was blocked ?? For a thanks giving he has to go via Highwas and do the Thanks giving. Otherwise he can invite everyone at his house arrange a party there for Thanks giving. Yenu Karnataka avar Appandhu.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending Posts
ABOUT

Mysuru's favorite and largest circulated English evening daily has kept the citizens of Mysuru informed and entertained since 1978. Over the past 39 years, Star of Mysore has been the newspaper that Mysureans reach for every evening to know about the happenings in Mysuru city. The newspaper has feature rich articles and dedicated pages targeted at readers across the demographic spectrum of Mysuru city. With a readership of over 2,50,000 Star of Mysore has been the best connection between it's readers and their leaders; between advertisers and customers; between Mysuru and Mysureans.