Mysuru city losing its charm?
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Mysuru city losing its charm?

June 6, 2022


We chose to settle down in Mysuru that was once considered as Pensioners Paradise. But it seems like we made a wrong decision then.

Now, Mysuru has become dirty and is being neglected by local Corporators, legislators and the MP.

The city roads are full of craters, potholes and unwanted speed-brakers. The roads, especially in Vidyaranyapuram and its vicinity, are extremely pathetic and the cattle are freely roaming everywhere. It is increasingly becoming dangerous for the motorists to drive and for pedestrians to walk.

Why can’t the authorities penalise the cattle owners or seize them and move them to specified areas? The city is losing its charm and at this rate Mysuru will soon be declared as the dirtiest city and unhygienic for living. Will the authorities please wake up?

– Rama, Mysuru, 2.6.2022

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2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Mysuru city losing its charm?”


    Same in vijayanagar ii stage High tension double road

  2. Mann Ki Baat, Bisi Bele Baat! says:

    Idiotic to say, Mysuru was ever a pensioners’ paradise. Not even in 1950s.
    Non-Mysoreans were the reasons that Mysuru was destroyed by 1979s, when these imbeciles arrived in tens of thousands to settle, thus destroying the forests s around the city to create home for them, and bringing in the petrol vehicle culture. These mon-Mysoreans have been the real villains.


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