Chamundi Hill View Point: Ensure safety of visitors
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Chamundi Hill View Point: Ensure safety of visitors


We drove to the Hilltop to enjoy the city lights yesterday. As there was rush at the binocular View Point, we went down to the second viewing point.

While coming down the platform, a senior citizen in our group slipped into the gap between the steps and retaining wall. Only by God’s grace he escaped with minor injuries.

There are no hand rails or proper lights at both the spots. Platforms are built very badly without considering safety of visitors. I am really ashamed and embarrassed that such structures are built in our own Mysuru. Please do something to ensure safety of all.

– Leela Gurumurthy, Mysuru, 25.9.2017

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September 28, 2017

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