Bengaluru Matters Radio Show – Episode 26

This week we bring to you two important issues that matter to Namma Ooru Bengaluru. Our associate editor Shree will talk about why the government of Karnataka needs to put out MLA performance data online. She will also talk about the animal birth control programme going on in Bengaluru.

https://soundcloud.com/radioactivecr90-4mhz/bengaluru-matters-episode-26-mla-performance-data-animal-birth-controlshree-dn-srilatha

Comments:

  1. Lokesh says:

    We need debate from political representatives of Bommanahalli constituency on issues faced by people. None from political class want to solve the problems faced by residents staying near kcdc plant. Until a political representative comes up concreate action plan, residents have no option other than to use nota.
    Ruling class who has the opportunity to solve this issue and not responded for last 4 yrs have lost confidence of people.

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