Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday told the Bengaluru Police to do away with the ‘Zero Traffic’ policy. He said he took the step after looking at problems faced by people travelling along the stretch where this protocol is in place.
Taking to Twitter, Siddaramaiah wrote, “I have asked Bengaluru City Police Commissioner to take back the ‘Zero Traffic’ protocol for my vehicular movement. I have taken the decision after seeing the problems faced by the people travelling along the stretch where there are restrictions due to zero traffic.”
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