Stop dumping debris on this Road
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Stop dumping debris on this Road

March 2, 2021


At the critical junction of Maruti temple road and the newly widened road by spending huge amount of law-abiding tax-payers money, leading to the Mysore University Campus, indiscriminate dumping of debris is increasing by the day.

Now the debris is above the level of the road, which is not only an eyesore but also spoiling the footpaths, forcing pedestrians to fall prey to fast moving vehicles, blocking the rain water flow under the bridge which may damage the newly laid road.

I request all the concerned to stop dumping of debris on this road immediately.

– Dr. M. Shyam Prasad, K.M. Puram, 20.2.2021

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