Residents loacted beside the Thubarahalli-Vibgyor school Road stretch have been facing problems every day, due to not having basic amenities like road, streetlight and sewage. Around 6000 people stay in this locality. A mud road which gives access to eight to nine apartments in this area has not been upgraded for the last eight years.
In summer, dust pollution created here is unimaginable. Dust is being collected on the apartments in such a huge quantity that people cannot open their windows. The building are mud-coloured due to heavy traffic on this road.
The situation is really worst in the rainy season. It is full of mud and people are not able to walk. Women do not feel safe here after sunset, as there are no street lights here.
Vibgyor School located on this road, has a strength of approximately 3500 students from Nursery to Grade X. The strength of students, teachers and staff exceeds 4000. Currently there are around 65 school buses plying on this road. The road leading to this school from the main road is in very bad state. During rainy season, it is very difficult for the school buses to ply on this road.
During summer, the dust rising whenever a vehicle passes, leads to health problems among children, school staff and public living in the close vicinity. Over a period of time, the condition of the road has deteriorated considerably, as the number of vehicles plying on this road has gone up.
The residents complain of the following issues:
• Bad Road (Basically no official road) from varthur Kundanahalli towards Apartments like Hinduja Park, Samhita Rainbow, Vasawani Brentwood, etc. Mud road near towards Vibgyor School
• There is no street lights in this road
• Traffic issues and accidents due to bad road conditions
• Road is still considered as private road and not public road
• Bad condition of the Road towards UKn Esperanza
• No street lights near the UKn Esperanza towards the Sri Krishna temple
During assembly election period, the residents intiated a drive to make sure maximum of the approximate 3800 voters go to polling booth and participated in the democratic process very enthusiastically. Now they are asking the government and authorities to come up with a solution to the long-pending problems in the area.
The residents have approached civic authorities by sending registered letters, besides bringing the issue to the attention of the corporator of the area. They have also submitted a memorandum signed by various residents in the locality. School authorities have approached the Chief Minister on this issue. However, nobody has shown any interest in solving the issue so far.
Contacts of MLA:
Name: Aravind Limbavali
Phone: 080 28511333 / 28511999
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/arvindlimbavali.official
Facebook A/c: http://www.facebook.com/arvind.limbavali
Contacts of corporator:
Name: N R Sridhar Reddy
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org