All you need to know about Ward 94 – Gandhi Nagar

What were the works done in Gandhi Nagar ward in the last five years? How much money was spent? What are the issues troubling the residents?

94 – Gandhi Nagar

 

The busiest area at the heart of the city with railway station, bus stations and metro stations, Gandhinagar ward perennially suffers from traffic problems and pollution. New constructions of multi-storeyed buildings only add to the chaos. The area is expected to become more congested, with the upcoming work of Okulipuram 8-lane road. There are significant numbers of transgenders living in this part of the city, but the registered voter number is only 1 for that category. More information on the ward:

MLA (2013): Dinesh Gundu Rao (INC), Gandhi Nagar
MP (2014): P C Mohan (BJP), Bangalore Central

BBMP 2010

Corporator: S Nataraj (deceased) replaced by T Gopala Krishna (INC)
#2, 1st Main Road, 2nd Cross, Ramachandrapuram, Bangalore-21. Ph: 9845003668
Reservation: G

Votes
Winner’s percentage: 14.8
Winner’s margin: 805
Total votes polled: 12744
Total voters: 29570

BBMP 2015

Total voters: 26863
Male: 14701
Female: 12161
Others: 1

Reserved: OBC-A

Contesting Candidates

BJP: Gopalakrishna
INC: RJ Lalitha
JDS: Ravi Kumar
Independent:
Krishna

Demographics

  • Population (2011): 31208
  • Households: 6599
  • Area: 1.9 sq km

Civic Amenities/Infrastructure

  • Road length: 774 km
  • Lakes: , Total area: 0 sq km
  • Parks: 18, Total area: 13.7 sq km
  • Playgrounds: 5, Total area: 5.4 sq km

Active citizen groups/RWAs

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Candidates

No candidates have filled the information collection form so far. If you know anyone contesting, do ask them to fill the Candidate Information Form as soon as possible.

How was the money spent? Tenders, job codes, bills:

  • Click on the sections corresponding to complaints, tenders and bills, to get a feel of what are the problems, what is being addressed, how much money is being spent, and is it really happening on ground.
  • Scroll using your arrow keys to see the details within the sections.

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What’s bothering the residents? Complaints represented in a wordcloud:

 

Data Courtesy

BBMP, Janaagraha, BBMP Restructuring Committee website

Disclaimer: This data is an extract; it is not complete, and not verified independently. It is not from the entire tenure of BBMP council 2010-15.

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