Shanthinagar MLA N A Haris

N A Haris, INC, won the 2008 Assembly elections from Shanthinagar by a large margin. Learn more about this first time MLA, his assets, performance and funds utilisation for his constituency.

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  1. Naagaraj says:

    Honorable. Mr. Harris,
    Indira Nagar 7th Main Road is an important road connecting Cambridge Ulsoor, Layout & other places to Indira Nagar 100 Feet road. This prestigious area falls under your constituency. Hence, this mail. The stretch between ESI Hospital signal to 100 feet road has turned into a mini Mandur. The road has become a dumpster and people & vehicle movement has become hazardous. The stretch has also become the haunt for stray dogs and cattle due to garbage dumping.
    I request your august self to visit this stretch of the 7th Main Road once, and take stock of the situation. Please initiate necessary action to make this road garbage & stink free, for which admirers of your proactive approach shall be highly obliged.
    Thanks in anticipation…. Nagaraj – A suffering Resident

  2. Chandrasekaran Subbarayalu says:

    Respected Sir,

    in spite of repeated cleaning of the manhole overflow in 9th Main Road, Viveknagar, Bangalore-560047, the problem persist for ever. Every third day the manhole overflows. That means the staff are not cleaning the manhole properly. The do the work for the name sake collect money and go away. Even though it is not problem, we are forced to complain since the overflow is right in front of our house. Even if I raise a complaint they will come only after a week and repeated phone calls to them. There must be a permanent solution for this problem. Kindly do the needful.

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