Low-key Valentine’s Day in Mysuru

Low-key Valentine’s Day in Mysuru

February 14, 2019

Mysuru: The city witnessed a low key Valentine’s Day this morning. Gift shops made a brisk business selling greeting cards and gifts mostly for the younger generation.

Police vigil: To thwart any untoward incident, the city Police had deployed personnel at Kukkarahalli Lake, Karanji Lake, Chamundi Hill, near parks in extensions and near colleges.

Handbills distributed: Srirama Sene City Unit President Sanjay distributed handbills among youth near Maharani’s College, JSS Women’s College, SJCE, Marimallappa’s College, Sadvidya College, City Bus Stand and other places indicating that Valentine’s Day celebration was not an Indian Culture making it clear that love is pure and need not be displayed publicly.


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