Karnataka Assembly Elections 2013 – A noisy affair
Zee Media Bureau
Bangalore: Karnataka polls are proving to be a noisy affair for the average Bangalorean.
The high-decibel, loud political campaign for the May 5 Assembly Elections has left all and sundry complaining, as per reports from the state capital.
Parties have been trying to woo voters through road shows, two-wheeler rallies and bursting of crackers etc, and all these have seen the noise level on Bangalore`s streets rise over the past few weeks.
And as the poll date nears, the campaign is only getting louder by the day.
The common man is not just complaining about the high decibel poll campaign but also the inconvenience caused to the motorists and pedestrians.
Roadside meetings, processions, rallies etc have all eaten into the space on the roads, turning the city into a nightmarish experience for motorists and pedestrians.
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