A garbage dumping spot on Dewan’s Road
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A garbage dumping spot on Dewan’s Road

July 8, 2020

Garbage is being dumped regularly at the junction of Bidaram Krishnappa Road and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Bhavan on Dewan’s Road making the place a garbage dumping spot. A resident of Devaraja Mohalla, who has sent the photo, alleged that though Pourakarmikas clean the place everyday, shopkeepers in the surroundings dump plastic and other waste materials later, which gets scattered on the road by next day morning. Also, the plastic waste is being consumed by stray cattle along with other waste which is injurious to them. Authorities concerned are urged to install a garbage bin at the spot with instructions to dump garbage inside the bin.

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “A garbage dumping spot on Dewan’s Road”

  1. A V prasanna says:

    What a beautiful sight this is? An electrical junction and metering box wide open uncared for. If there is a fire due to loose contact in therminals, the surrrounding dry waste will add fuel to the fire. Whey CESCOM is not bothered about their property. Do they really carry maintenance???

  2. Vaman says:

    That is filthy, dangerous and shocking, and sums up third world India. While Modi was boasting just yesterday on a call to an event in London, that his country can do this and do that proudly stating that his country is as good as the developed West in terms of what it can offer. Meanwhile,India-wide, this is not exclusive to Dewan Road only, you can see this type of ghastly sight in Tech City Bengalore, Bhopal, Mumbai, and India Capital New Delhi, where any open space beside a busy boulevard is routinely used for dumping all kinds of wastes, and for human defecation too.


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