Congress roadshow throws traffic out of gear in Bengaluru
Nearly after 56 days of farmers' protest against controversial farm laws in Delhi where thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, and others parts are participating, Karnataka Congress woke up to make it their political agenda.
Under the leadership of KPCC president DK Shivakumar, thousands of Congress workers and farmers from Karnataka took out a protest march to express solidarity with protesting farmers in Delhi.
Hundreds of tractors were brought to the city for the rally and they marched towards Raj Bhavan to lay siege to the Governor's office.
Due to the protest rally, traffic in Majestic, Shivananda Circle, Mourya Circle and surroundings was severely hit leaving motorists and the public at inconvenience.
Bengaluru Police struggled to clear the massive traffic.