This Park is crying for attention
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This Park is crying for attention

February 19, 2018


There is a long Park which may be of more than a km at RS Naidunagar, Kesare 3rd Stage which is very close to R.S. Naidunagar bus stand. But unfortunately it is neglected and without any maintenance. Several trees are infected and are dying. Leaves are burnt in the Park itself and everyday we are forced to inhale polluted air.

At one end of the Park, even the iron mesh is removed or it may have been stolen by some miscreants. Will the authorities concerned check and take suitable action so that all the nearby residents can benefit from this entire landscape which is being wasted day by day.

There is so much work to be done to save environment and in spite of having proper planning to allot space for the Park, due to lack of maintenance and execution, it is getting wasted. At least one person need to be visiting the Park everyday just to monitor it.

It looks like an orphan and my heart weeps whenever I walk through this Park. Hope the authorities concerned will wake up and do the needful.

– Susheela Nakhate, Mysuru 17.2.2018

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