About Tamanna Mishra 1 Article
Tamanna Mishra is a resident of Kaggadasapura in Bengaluru.

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  1. Until only recently, Mr K.G.George was the Minister in charge of Bangalore. He should have been invited to preside over a function in the heart of Kaggadaspura with all this around. Even now, his party runs the government in tandem with HDK. Can they not also SEE and SMELL this stink, as you all do daily?

  2. This is the case with Basavanagar and Ramesh Nagar as well. Good for nothing useless fellow SG Nagaraj the councillor has converted the Namjoshi road itself into garbage dump yard and segregation unit. The area has been turned into garbage land since this fellow came into power 5 years ago. Due to minority and cash politics, he has won again and will continue making personal wealth for the next 5 years. What more can we expect, Basavaraj, the MLA himself is the biggest thief/thug this city has ever seen.

  3. This spot came up after the dumping infront of the Bhuvaneshwari Nagar Shiva temple, and primary health center was successfully terminated due the concerted efforts of some citizens. However, the dimension of dumping in the new site shown in the photograph, just 100 meters away from the old point, has increased phenomenally. It appears it is now a higher level aggregation point. I believe the plot behind this is owned by BBMP. Our MLA said a shopping complex will come up there and the dumping would be stopped.

    • Hi Soman – Much worse! And it is strange that the authorities are telling a new story everyday to every community, not to mention not exactly doing anything on ground about it. And why wait for a mall to rectify the situation? Aren’t their enough mall-less local businesses (not to mention, tax paying citizens) in the area that are already suffering at the hands of BBMP’s mess?

  4. Hi,

    Where is this protest being planned? How else can I contribute to make kaggadaspura and nearby localities better

  5. Hi Tamanna and Everyone!

    I live near that locality too and I recently saw some noticeable development between Namjoshi Road and Basvanagar Road. The walls are painted on one side and most of the garbage is not seen there. The initiative was again taken by some aware citizens, NGO and supported by the corporate, who also cited the lack of land for segregation of waste.

    While I truly believe your protest, I also think that there should be an awareness drive for citizens to understand garbage disposal better and there should be better regulations as well. I have seen people coming in their vehicles and dumping things there from around. Wish good luck and a cleaner city to all of us.

    • Couldn’t agree more! While several apartments are already segregating waste, we are going to use the community coming together to once again strongly drive this point. Plans in progress to beautify the area as well once it stops being BBMP’s legit segregation and dumping point, in order to discourage citizens from reckless disposal in the area.

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