Bengaluru: Banners, hoardings at public places can land you in jail for 6 months1 min read . Updated: 06 Jul 2022, 01:32 PM IST
- Bengaluru: The BBMP Commissioner said printers and publishers, who are involved in making banners and hoardings on the city's wall will have to pay the penalty of ₹1,000 and face six months imprisonment
Public display of commercial or political banners and hoardings on the walls of undesignated areas of Bengaluru could invite a jail term of six months, according to the city's civic body.
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