Time to work together…

There was a protest below Sarjapur Road flyover by the residents who live in the apartments next to the Outer Ring Road. And the outcome was positive. A citizen photographer captures the spirit in a video.

As Bangaloreans, if there is one thing that we love talking about, it is our traffic problems and lack of good infrastructure.

The problem has become so bad, that we the citizens of Bangalore took to the streets in protest via Whitefield Rising and ORR-Sarjapur Rising.

The result? The authorities took notice — small step, yes, but it worked.

It is about time that the authorities fix these problems and work with the citizens who have come forward to collaborate with them… This is an opportunity not to be missed.

At the same time, it is up to us as citizens to do our bit too; instead of just complaining, join hands with the authorities to initiate citizen-led movement.

This video tells our story. I leave it to you the viewer to decide what action you want to take once you watch this.

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As Bangaloreans if there is one thing we love talking about is our traffic problems and lack of good infrastructure. The problem has become so bad that we the citizens of Bangalore took to the streets in protest via Whitefield Risingising and ORRSarjapurRising The result … authorities took notice ( small step yes it worked ). It is about time that the authorities fix these problems and work with the citizens who have come forward to collaborate with them… This is an opportunity not to be missed. At the same time it is up to us as citizens to do our bit too, instead of just complaining join hand with the authority and initiate CITIZENs LED MOVEMENT.This video tells our story I leave it to you – the viewer to decide what action you want to take once you watch this !!!!Thanks – Mayur Channagere Concept and Execution – Mayur Channagere Photography Music and lyrics – SoundaryaTeam – PhotoMojo DOP – Pradeep and Sirish Photography – @Mayur Channagere, Sajju, Dasharath Like – Comment – Share

Posted by PhotoMojo on Tuesday, 5 April 2016

 

Concept and Execution – Mayur Channagere
Music and lyrics – Soundarya

Team – PhotoMojo
DOP – Pradeep Vaishnava and Sirish
Photography – Mayur Channagere, Sajju, Dasharath

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