Popular social activist Traffic Ramasamy has been staging a war against illegally placed cut-outs and banners against laws throughout the state. Besides, he's also known for his involvement in eliminating traffic jam troubles, and now his latest protest against ADMK had caused trouble.
A meeting of ADMK was planned in Coimbatore in district level and for these cut-outs was placed in Coimbatore and he started to protest. As police forces came to talk to him asking him to stop the protest, he had an argument with the cops, and suddenly got unconscious.
Finally, he was given water and taken by police to the hospital in a car. This is not the first time Traffic Ramasamy has indulged in such a war. Every time a political event happens, he comes in front and makes a mess and takes it a big issue. However, the old man never stops. Stay tuned for more updates.
Karnataka received excessive rainfall this year According to sources in the last 24 hours, 27 districts, 142 taluks and 549 hoblis received excess rainfall, as per data compiled by the Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Centre (KSNDMC). Meanwhile at least two deaths were reported due to the excess rainfall in Koppal district.
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