Feeling Bengaluru’s pulse with Citizen Matters pre-BBMP poll survey!

Do fill this survey and spread the word! Weโ€™d like to know what Bengaluru feels about the big Bengaluru battle that will be on very soon!

Gone are the days of indefinite wait—the BBMP elections are here again. We would like you, our readers, to fill this survey, to help us understand how you perceive the local governance in your area. This will also help us in preparing citizens’ report cards for the existing corporators.

  • Here’s an extra pointer to see who won in last election, in which ward. The map is prepared by Bengaluru-based techie Thejesh G N.
  • You need to log on to your gmail id if you want to enter the survey.
  • You can fill the survey only once.
  • If you are unable to view the form below, please click here.

Please help us, let’s get going!

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Comments:

  1. Dilipkumar says:

    i have not seen either my corporator or mla after the election ,none of the work is been done in my street till date .
    People has forced to elect a lady who is incompetent to take care of the problems and husband is an ex corporator .
    there should be some ability or debates for electing them as an corporator .

  2. manjunatha says:

    Ward No 26 : The people here are paying more tax than anywhere else,but, they don’t have proper access to their work place, school. but the road which goes to corporator’s house in KALKERE has improved a lot, the land adjacent to his house ( owned by him ) has improved a lot and got good market value. Please suggest whom to vote, If this is what we get after electing a corporator then whom to vote for ?

  3. manjunatha says:

    Ward No 26 : The people here are paying more tax than anywhere else,but, they don’t have proper access to their work place, school. but the road which goes to corporator’s house in KALKERE has improved a lot, the land adjacent to his house ( owned by him ) has improved a lot and got good market value. Please suggest whom to vote, If this is what we get after electing a corporator then whom to vote for ?

  4. G. Chandrashekar says:

    Ward No.9 – Vidyaranyapura

    As soon as the councillor got elected they arranged a meeting with residents, promised all sorts of thing, nothing had happened, cement footpaths were made and they developed cracks, Civic Amenity Site which was meant for primary health care centre was diverted to a pvt. school, during the said meeting, one of the resident told, now we hv elected u, it is yr duty to come to our doorstep to findout what problem we face, which was agreed but never happened, during the course of her period only one time a meeting was arranged that too under persuation. Garbage collection very poor, salary were not paid to garbage collectors. Residents hv become mute spectator.

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