Ward information page: Ward 83 – Kadugodi

Here's all the information that you need about Kadugodi ward prior to the BBMP elections: What has happened in the ward in the past five years, who is contesting, what are the problems.

83 – Kadugodi

 

Sinking of borewells, filling potholes, imporvement of roads and drains, new drains – BBMP spent money on these in Kadugodi ward, according to data. However, one look at the roads in this ward tells you a different story. Nobody knows whether these borewells actually exist, nobody has any account of how the water from these borewells is used. Here is more information on the ward.

MLA (2013): Arvind Limbavali (BJP), Mahadevapura
MP (2014): P C Mohan (BJP), Bangalore Central

BBMP 2010:

Corporator: K.N Anjaneya Reddy (INC), Reservation:G
#1, Kumbena Agrahara, Kadugodi, Bangalore-67. Ph:9845008072

Votes:
Winner’s percentage: 27.1
Winner’s margin:776
Total votes: 15554
Total voters: 27236

BBMP 2015:

Total voters: 36460
Male: 19747
Female: 16701
Others: 12

Reserved: SC

Contesting Candidates

BJP: S Muniswamy   
INC: P Rajanna
JDS: M Suresh

Demographics

Population (2011): 43942
Voters: 35427
Households: 11423
Area: 11.2sq km

Civic Amenities/Infrastructure

Road length: 604 km
Lakes: Pattandur agrahara Kere – 54, Total area:4 sq km
Parks: 5, Total area:4.4 sq km
Playground: 0, Total area:0 sq km

Active Citizen groups/RWAs

  • Whitefield Rising
  • Bruhat Whitefield Residential Communities Association

If you represent any RWA from this area, please click here and fill your info. It will be added to this space after verification.

Candidates

These are the candidates contesting the BBMP elections- 2015, whose information is available with Citizen Matters. If you do not find a particular candidate on this page, do ask them to fill this form as soon as possible.

Tenders, Work orders and other ward-related data

  • 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.

Click here to view the raw data.

Word cloud for the complaints

Data Courtesy

BBMP, Janaagraha, BBMP Restructuring Committee website

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