Don’t divide Bengaluru, but restructure it, say civic organisations

When the political parties don't have a manifesto for Bengaluru yet, citizens have come forward asking what they want. What are their demands?

Citizens Voluntary Initiative for the City (CIVIC), a non-governmental organisation in Bengaluru, has come up with a manifesto for all the BBMP candidates contesting elections in 2015. The manifesto is also endorsed by many other civil society organisations, including Child Rights Trust, Dalit Bahujan Movement, ESAF Bangalore and others.

The  manfiesto asks for many important issues, including a suggestion that Bengaluru not be divided but only restructured. Read the full manifesto below:

 

 

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