MCC’s callousness in COVID times
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MCC’s callousness in COVID times

June 30, 2020

Sir,

This is to bring to the notice of Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) authorities their callousness and apathy towards safety in times of COVID-19. 

The MCC workers were seen cleaning the drainage in a well-populated area like Kuvempunagar recently and they did not bother to have the minimum requirement of safety like masks and gloves.  This will send a wrong message to public. 

Hope the MCC Commissioner will take note of this and make suitable arrangements to provide safety gears for all civic workers.

– RBM Rao, Kuvempunagar, 28.6.2020

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