City streets crying for attention
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City streets crying for attention

December 13, 2021


When we speak so much about Swachh Mysuru, we should also observe the hygiene in the roads and footpaths, particularly in the crowded areas like Sayyaji Rao Road, city markets etc.

I was sorry to see the street vendors spitting near a popular medical store in that narrow street on Sayyaji Rao Road. That area is terribly congested and one can’t walk to the shop easily.

Hope the authorities concerned will look into this. Otherwise we can’t make our Mysuru Swachh in the real sense !

– Kala Chary, Bogadi, 7.12.2021

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