Narayana Shastry Road crying for attention
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Narayana Shastry Road crying for attention

May 10, 2022


I would like to bring to the notice of the authorities concerned, the poor condition of Narayana Shastry Road (N.S. Road) in Mysuru.

Being a main road for people to commute from D. Devaraj Urs Road to Shantala Talkies, the N.S. Road is crying for attention as the road is dug up for pipeline works in March 2022. It has been almost 2 months since the pipeline has been laid on the main road and still there are no signs of asphalting the road.

Everyday thousands of vehicles commute through this main road in the heart of the city and to see such a pathetic state of the road is concerning. Due to the bad condition of the road, motorists have to risk themselves to travel on the stretch.

I request the authorities concerned to look into this issue and make the N.S. Road motorable.

– A concerned citizen, Mysuru, 7.5.2022

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