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Bengaluru: Cong criticizes govt’s decision to ease lockdown as traffic jams return


Team Udayavani, Apr 23, 2020, 3:25 PM IST

Bengaluru: After Karnataka government partially relaxed COVID-19 lockdown norms in the state, there were reports of some large-scale traffic movement being noticed in some parts of the city on Thursday, April 23 morning.

As Bengaluru reportedly witnessed heavy vehicular movements, the Karnataka Congress criticized the state government for announcing partial relief of lockdown.

“Announcement of partial relief to ease lockdown by @BSYBJP has created chaos in #Bengaluru today. Massive traffic jams are reported across the city with confusion and no proper guidelines. This shows a lack of co-ordination in Governance with improper planning,” the Karnataka Congress tweet party in the state tweeted.

The Karnataka government has partially relaxed COVID-19 lockdown norms in the state allowing IT and IT-enabled services to operate with essential minimum staff and also certain construction activities, manufacturing of packaging materials, courier services, among others from Thursday.

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