According to the MP, eateries in the street have been directed to refrain from using plastic bottles, paper cups, and non-decomposable leaf plates as a primary measure. It has been recommended that food be served only in steel plates or other reusable material.
According to the Bengaluru City Police, the areas to be affected include National College, PMK Road, Vani Vilas, JC Road, Town Hall, Mysore Bank Circle, Kalidasa Road, Freedom Park and surrounding areas.
The procession will be taken out on Hosur Road, from Johnson Market to Elgin Flour Mill. Hence, the movement of all types of Vehicles is prohibited from 11 am to 6.30 pm, according to an advisory issued by Bengaluru City Traffic Police
Most traffic violators in Bengaluru were caught for not wearing helmets while riding and for using phones while driving during the first 6 days since the implementation of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 from September 4.