Bengaluru: KRV activists will march across city to spread awareness about BBMP norms

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27-12-2023

    Peaceful protests  have been planned

    Narayana Gowda would lead the march of activists from Majestic

    An ACP, 6 inspectors, 12 sub inspectors and more than 500 police officials have been dispatched

Activists of the Kannada Rakshana Vedike (KRV) from across Karnataka have gathered at the Muniswamappa Kalyana Mantapa near the Yeshwanthpur Bus Stand. Some of the activists have made their way to Bengaluru all the way from districts in North Karnataka. They are proceeding towards the Sadahalli Toll Gate. Peaceful protests  have been planned. The agenda is to raise awareness about protecting Kannada. “If the situation arises and if we get instructions from our leaders, the nature of the protests can take a different shape,” one of the activists said. 

President of the KRV Narayana Gowda would lead the march of activists from the Majestic Sangolli Rayanna Road. The march would cover various important locations such as the SP Road, Brigade Road, MG Road, Chickpet, Avenue Road and Cubbon Park. Malls and shops in these locations will be educated about the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) norms necessitating the nameboards to maintain a ratio of 60-40 between Kannada and English.

Police Commissioner B Dayananda has reached the spot of the protest. An ACP, 6 inspectors, 12 sub inspectors and more than 500 police officials have been dispatched to ensure that no untoward incident unfolds and to contain the protestors in case it does. The march would commence at 11 AM.

Bengaluru: KRV activists will march across city to spread awareness about BBMP norms

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    Peaceful protests  have been planned

    Narayana Gowda would lead the march of activists from Majestic

    An ACP, 6 inspectors, 12 sub inspectors and more than 500 police officials have been dispatched

Activists of the Kannada Rakshana Vedike (KRV) from across Karnataka have gathered at the Muniswamappa Kalyana Mantapa near the Yeshwanthpur Bus Stand. Some of the activists have made their way to Bengaluru all the way from districts in North Karnataka. They are proceeding towards the Sadahalli Toll Gate. Peaceful protests  have been planned. The agenda is to raise awareness about protecting Kannada. “If the situation arises and if we get instructions from our leaders, the nature of the protests can take a different shape,” one of the activists said. 

President of the KRV Narayana Gowda would lead the march of activists from the Majestic Sangolli Rayanna Road. The march would cover various important locations such as the SP Road, Brigade Road, MG Road, Chickpet, Avenue Road and Cubbon Park. Malls and shops in these locations will be educated about the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) norms necessitating the nameboards to maintain a ratio of 60-40 between Kannada and English.

Police Commissioner B Dayananda has reached the spot of the protest. An ACP, 6 inspectors, 12 sub inspectors and more than 500 police officials have been dispatched to ensure that no untoward incident unfolds and to contain the protestors in case it does. The march would commence at 11 AM.

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