Wednesday, October 24, 2007

BBMP chief goes on rounds

BBMP chief goes on rounds

Bangalore: Members of resident welfare associations and aggrieved residents of ward no. 100 — consisting of Sanjaynagar and surrounding areas — finally got to meet BBMP administrator Dilip Rau on Tuesday. For months, they petitioned the BBMP on poor living conditions, but their woes were heard only now.
Rau was welcomed with a flood of petitions and complaints, and shown the poor quality of stormwater drains and roads. The residents pointed out the slabs used to cover drains, which were of poor quality and required immediate replacement as it was too dangerous to walk on them. Further, they took him around the area and apprised him of non-existent and poor roads.
Rau inspected RMS Layout, CIL, AG’s Layout, AECS, NTI Layout, New BEL Road and Sanjaynagar. He took stock of civic amenities there and instructed the officials to attend to complaints immediately. Rau has been touring wards for about two weeks after hearing grievances from resident welfare associations.
During the inspection, the members of Sanjaynagar resident welfare association requested Rau to extend assistance to maintain a park on Rajgopal Road and also construct a library, among other facilities.
Rau inspected Sanjaynagar Main Road and assured the residents that steps will be taken to speed up the work and also improve the quality of the works being carried out.
Rau instructed the engineers to resurface certain roads immediately. He issued spot instructions to the BBMP’s health department to look into the garbage cleaning problems without further delay.


At Sunday, March 8, 2009 at 12:33:00 PM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being a resident of the Ward # 100 Sanjay Nagar, I request for assistance.

Its been years that I have been approaching and pleading the conserned authorities for some relif against the harrasment and embarisment that I am forced to face from the Land sharks here.

Plots registered as Roads per the plans and registered documents have been auctioned as sites and have been let out for fancy rents (houses been constructed).Khatas for such 'sites' have been now cancelled, but the encroachment is yet not cleared.

Roads, where houses have not been constructed have been let out to the Land sharks on rental basis to park their Tractors and godown their contruction material, along with huts sheltering their Labourers.

This residential area in KEB layout, dosent look one.

This matter had been published in the Bangalore Mirror as well. But NO ACTION has been taken until now.

The environment created here is quiet hazardious to health and any untoward insident like fire may break out specially at road plots been used as godowns for storing construction material.

The tractors keep damaging the cars parked on the roads by the residents and the labourers, every weekend, under the influence of alchoal, create a slum enviironment.

There is more to talk about, but this space would be too little for it. Concluding the same, request the responsible authorities to act on such requests/complaints from our end and convinience the citizens that the tax paid by them is worth it.



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