SEPARATE SITE NEEDED
Religious processions taken out on the busy city roads add to traffic bottlenecks. Should the entry of such processions be banned inside the city? Yes, religious processions taken out on the busy city roads add to the traffic bottlenecks. The city should have a separate space for religious processions so that everyone can easily enjoy the programmes without disturbing others. This would also leave the roads free from congestion and avoid unneccessary inconvenience to the commuters and nearby residents. In foreign countries, separate spaces are earmarked for for such occasions so that the routine work of the city is not affected.