Kalidasa Road: Footpath missing
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Kalidasa Road: Footpath missing

June 25, 2019


It is so disheartening for not having footpath for pedestrians from Panchavati Circle towards Chandrakala Hospital on Kalidasa Road. Pedestrians spill over to roads with heavy traffic density posing a risk for their safety.

Also, parking is allowed on both sides of the road leading to slow traffic and frequent traffic jams.

Will the DC and people’s representatives take a look at the plight of residents here and resolve this problem?

– Chethak, Vijayanagar, 15.6.2019

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