- If you are planning to go shopping or for a movie on , your desires will surely not be fulfilled
- is the D Day in Karnataka when the 224 constituencies in the state face Assembly elections
- Government is waiting for EC's nod to keep the malls and cinema halls closed on the day of the election
It's a holiday in Karnataka on May 12. If you are planning to go shopping or for a movie, your desires will surely not be fulfilled. Here is why!
is the D Day in Karnataka when the 224 constituencies in the state face Assembly elections. The government and the election commission are putting in extra efforts to ensure that voting percentage is increased.
Already, there are awareness programmes on the importance of casting a vote on . However, you will not be able to shop or watch a movie on that day, even if you are not listed on the voter's list.
The authorities are contemplating on keeping the theatres and shopping malls shut from on that day.
So, the state government is waiting for a nod from the Election Commission. As soon as there is a green signal by the EC, authorities will hold talks with the representatives from the malls and theatre owners' association and decide in this regard.
Whether the malls, cinema halls are open or closed on , be responsible and cast your votes to choose the best leader for the state.
Last Updated 19, Apr 2018, 6:10 PM IST