Muddy, slippery roads pose danger at Rajarajeshwari nagar

After laying drainage pipes, the civic agency forgets to fix the road, making it a dangerous stretch.

I am a resident of BEML Layout, Rajarajeshwari nagar, 7th cross, 9th main, 3rd stage . BWSSB laid the new drainage pipes two months ago. But no on has bothered to bring the road back to normalcy. The drain pipes are just closed with loose soil and even extra soil present on the road is not removed.

Vehicles plying on the road get stuck in the loose mud often. Elderly and children find it difficult to walk and have often had falls.

When it rains, the road is all slushy. Pic: Anand R

9th main looks like a dirt track. Pic Anand R

7th cross too suffers the same fate. Pic: Anand R

No tar on the slippery road. Pic: Anand R

Water stagnating on the road. Pic: Anand R

Water in the rainwater drain. Pic: Anand R

Spot for car tragedies. Pic: Anand R

Will the concerned department please look into it fix the road?

Comments:

  1. Chidambar Rao says:

    9th Main, 3rd stage, Rajarajeshwarinagr, Bangalore is the only road in RR Nagar has not been repaired so for after laying the draingae piple line during Dec 2010. several requests and reminders to BBMP authorities have gone waste. Unable to find to whom to contact further. It is a curse to stay as the dust layer in the house is non bearable and people are suffering from sickness.
    Can the authorities will wake up and repair the road stretch between Raghavendra Mutt and Hanuman Steels in RR Nagar 3rd Stage??

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