Loud slogans from Freedom Park disturb Bengaluru students

Freedom Park, the designated place allotted by the state government of Karnataka to hold protests and demonstrations for the past one and a half years, has left educational institutions and government offices in a bitter spot of constantly being exposed to loud sloganeering and long traffic jams, writes Puran Choudhary for The New Indian Express.

“There are protests every single day during peak college hours. Loud microphones cause stress to our students and teachers. Verbal complaints to the police haven’t helped,” L Gomathi Devi, vice-chancellor of Maharani Cluster University, told TNIE.

When TNIE contacted Higher Education Minister Dr MC Sudhakar, he said: “It is a legitimate problem. One solution could be building a wall high up to reduce the noise levels. I will speak to the police commissioner on ways to combat this.”
Full report on The New Indian Express site