Watch: This Kid From Bengaluru Deserves Our Applause For Voluntarily Managing The Traffic

The Logical Indian

December 8th, 2015

Traffic jams and Bengaluru have become synonymous. The problem of traffic in Bengaluru is one of the worst and the problem has grown so big that even companies have started moving out to other states.

The frustration we go through when we are stuck in a traffic jam is unbearable. It also creates a lot of air pollution. It comes as a respite when traffic gets normal and all the vehicles start clearing off.

In the video, a kid is managing the traffic and he seems dexterous in it. The kid will inspire many to volunteer and help manage traffic but this is dangerous, and proper care must be taken.

Bangalore traffic police lacks manpower and there are many individuals who volunteer to manage traffic.

 

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