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'Ban unauthorised vehicle parking at Legislator's Home'

The Opposition JD(Secular) and BJP members on Thursday urged the State government to check illegal parking of vehicles at Legislator’s Home (LH) in Bangalore.

Published: 19th July 2013 11:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th July 2013 11:22 AM   |  A+A-

The Opposition JD(Secular) and BJP members on Thursday urged the State government to check illegal parking of vehicles at Legislator’s Home (LH) in Bangalore.

Raising the issue in the Legislative Council, JD(S) member Basavaraj Horatti said, “I came walking to Vidhana Soudha as the entry and the exit points at the LH were blocked with vehicles. I found that the parking lot was full.”

“A lot of unauthorised persons park their vehicles inside the LH leaving  no space for cars of MLAs, MLCs and ministers. The government should strictly ban entry of unauthorised vehicles into the Legislator’s Home.”

Leader of Opposition D V Sadananda Gowda said he was able to reach the Vidhana Soudha with the help of a police escort vehicle.

Capt Ganesh Karnik wanted the government to post security guards at the entry point so that vehicles of unauthorised persons are not allowed inside. Council chairman D H Shankaramurthy assured that he will take up the matter with the Assembly Speaker.



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