The 6.8 km long section connects Bannerghatta Road and Kanakapura Road and is the only road with two main roads for the amazing 3000 people living in Anjanapura.
BENGALURU: Roads, stairs, and sidewalks are full of rubbish … The Anjanapura double road in the southeast of Bangalore is an intersection. Residents are concerned about the Bangalore Development Agency (BDA) as the construction of these buildings has prevented them from maintaining the road and this is their way of life.
The 6.8 km long section connects Bannerghatta Road and Kanakapura Road and is the only road with two main roads for the amazing 3000 people living in Anjanapura. Residents will take to the streets on Saturday at 10 a.m. as part of a transition from the local Kanakapura Road Elite (CMKRA) organization.
The demonstration took place after the important Anjanapura was seized by the BDA and the BDA’s worst attempt. The meeting with the chairman of the administration, SR Vishwanath, particularly affected the citizens of the country. None of them reported on the BDA-led meeting. Whom did they meet?” CMKRA President Abdul said.
Residents of the blast said a wide variety of hospitals could not get to patients ’doors due to road conditions. “My family is hardworking. My mother was taken to the hospital. But the driver refused to come to us, saying it was a bad habit,” said Ramesh (name changed) of the pineapple. Then he took his car to the car. He said he was in the hospital. It stopped far away.
Even male managers and restaurant owners refuse to use this method according to residents. Food organizer Mohammed Imran, who is driving on the roads on Double Road, told TOI there are so many drops that we don’t know where the danger is going. “
Young driver Manjunath K said spoons often disrupt elections in the area.
The horrific evils of the system have forced many people to sell their property and move abroad. S Ram, who lived in Anjanapura, recently sold his property because there was not much wealth in the area. “We bought this property 20 years ago and built a house, but nothing could be fixed. It’s hard to leave the house because of a bad road planned. Otherwise, there isn’t enough water,” Ram said.
Sreepathy Belurjana, author of the royal housing contract and a resident, said local officials did not meet their demands.
Following the publication of CMRKA on Twitter, Vishwanath held a closed meeting with other RWA members. But CMKRA knows nothing. “We have allocated $ 25 million for public cleaning and other services,” Vishwanath said, adding, “Another $ 40,000 will be allocated for the renovation of 8 JP Nagar. Oh, block 9.”