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Fed up with parking woes, elderly neighbour stops Karnataka CM's car in protest

(News Agency)-An elderly man residing across from the residence of Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru stopped the CM's car on Friday morning. His purpose was to raise concerns about the parking problems he had been experiencing due to the frequent visitors at the CM's house.
The elderly man, Narottam, expressed his anger and complained that people coming to meet the CM parked their vehicles all over the place, making it difficult for him and his family to take out their vehicles. He said, "What is this nonsense for the last 5 years? We are fed up." After listening to his neighbour's complaint, CM Siddaramaiah asked the security personnel to look into the matter and resolve the parking issue.
The CM has not started living in his official bungalow yet. He still puts up in his old house where he started staying as the Leader of the Opposition. Former CM BS Yediyurappa, who was still residing at the CM's official residence, vacated the accommodation recently. Siddaramaiah is expected to move to his official residence in August.