1. Sir, I am living in ur constituent, my residence No.M-125, 5th cross, lakshminarayanapuram, Bangalore 560021.
    Lost 1 Month we have facing some serious problem, our drinage bloked since one month nobody taking care about, we complaint several time, drinage water is blocked in side our passage since 16 days. Even pigs are not staying in one place like this but we are. Nobody taking care of this. I have my older parents aged about 78(father) 70(mother)how can we live there. Our house owner made several complaint, we are also make several time, even I walk in to the corporator house, she gave irresponsible ans.

  2. Dear people of Malleswaram,

    I live in Mathikere and am a regular visitor to Malleswaram. I used to feel safe in our city until thursday, 16th October 2010. TV9 had been showing information and warning people of Bangalore about 4 youths using attention diversion tactics and robbing unassuming citizens. Sadly, I became a victim too. I still cannot believe this happened to me.

    An unidentified youth stole my bag containing my DELL Laptop, Nokia N97 Mobile phone, and an External Hard Drive (containing official data & lifetime of memories of my husband’s family) from my car, while I was parking in 17th Cross Malleswaram, off Sampige Road, on Thursday, 16th October 2010 at 5:10 pm.

    I have lodged a complaint with Malleswaram Police station and have also provided them with the IMEI number of my mobile phone.

    I also spoke to residents and office owners in 17th Cross Malleswaram regarding the incident and got to know that theft was not new here. A bike was stolen from right under their noses just a few months ago. Car batteries, fuel and other items were being stolen regularly. Malleswaram was no longer a citizen safe area. What happened to me can happen to anyone. If a bylane in Malleswarm in broad day light is not safe, what can be more alarming?

    We have decided to lodge a complaint to Malleswaram police station as a group/community. The Bengaluru Police can make malleswaram a safer place by being more vigilant and timely nabbing culprits.

    Please help us to make our case stronger. Advice me on the proceeding.

    Thank you,
    Roopa Sreedhar

  3. The people are to blame as well. Look at just 8th cross. The purakarmikas sweep and the nextday people put rubbish there itself. how can this go on. Please bring awareness to people to throw garbagein bins not in streets where dogs pick on them spread disease. Learn to espect pourakarmikas work as well. they work hard to keep you city clean. Only government cant solve problems people have to participate in it as well. Get a tidy town competition running and hope fully this will allow to people to have some pride in their surroundings.

  4. Thank you for registering me as a member of the Association. Kindly give the office adress and telephone no. etc.

    Asphalting on Sampige Road:-

    The streatch of 14th cross-18th cross
    is recently asphalted/to be finished.
    If this means a completd process, one can see the sorry state of affairs especially near Sai baba temple and near 18th cross-more so because of 2-wheelers parking. If the finishing is pending, then they should take up half width on any streatch, finish the same and then take up the other half.

    The depth(thickness) of laying seems to have no control. At many places the old skin has already started showing up.

    There is a sharp contrast between this and the laying on Sankey Road
    near 18th cross.

    The work done on 16th and 17th crosses(between Sampige road and Margosa road) about about a few years
    was seen flaking up in a few days due to poor thickness and quality.

    One is forced to conclude either the corporation officials have no control
    over the quality of work, or there is no set procedure or there may be an unholy nexus between the parties concerned.

    Many places, we see the the asphalted road is not finished with a top coat of coarse/fine gravel/gravel tar mixture. Do the BBMP have a clear cut procedure for asphalting? and if yes, why it is not followed every where?

    A few years back I have read in the news papers that one retired Military Officer in Langford town used to keep watch on the quality of asphalting in that area. Even today some roads are very good in that area.
    We should request the BBMP or through RTI provisions, we should get the procedure and norms of asphalting, and try to
    bring major deviations in recent asphalting work to the notice of the concerned in BBMP office.

    S. Anantharam

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