#MissionBangalore - Let’s Save Bangalore


Bangalore The Garden City of India..

Bangalore also known as Bengaluru (Local Language: Kannada) is the capital of the South Indian state of Karnataka. Bangalore is nicknamed the Garden City and was once called a pensioner's paradise. Located on the Deccan Plateau in the south-eastern part of Karnataka,

Bangalore is India's third most populous city and fifth-most populous urban City of India. As of 2009, Bangalore was inducted in the list of Global cities and ranked as a "Beta World City" alongside Geneva, Copenhagen, Boston, Cairo, Riyadh, Berlin, to name a few, in the studies performed by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network in 2008.
Today as a large city and growing metropolis, Bangalore is home to many of the most well-recognized colleges and research institutions in India. Numerous public sector heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications, and defence organisations are located in the city.

Bangalore is known as the Silicon Valley of India because of its position as the nation's leading IT exporter. A demographically diverse city,

Bangalore is a major economic and cultural hub and the fastest growing major metropolis in India.

Due to tremendous and fast phase development of Bangalore the essence of the city is also getting destroyed in a fast phase, creating many civic issues for the people living in the city and making daily living from bad to worse.

Common issues:-

  1. Garbage Problems: Garbage collection is irregular and many are forced to dump waste in the storm water drains.This oft-seen practice naturally leads to flooding particularly during the monsoon season.“When the collectors do come, they only bring a small tractor which is insufficient. There are over 25,000 residents in this area , most of whom are forced to dump their garbage in open areas,”

  2. Underground Drainage Problems: The concept of Under Ground Drainage (UGD) is still in its infancy in most of the new BBMP areas. Residents here complain of unscientific drainage systems. The residents are largely satisfied with the drainage system. Though there are many open drains in the area, rainwater does not overflow and flood the area.

  3. Underground Drainage Problems: The concept of Under Ground Drainage (UGD) is still in its infancy in most of the new BBMP areas. Residents here complain of unscientific drainage systems. The residents are largely satisfied with the drainage system. Though there are many open drains in the area, rainwater does not overflow and flood the area. Which also causes diseases like dengue and other epidemic issues?

  4. Road Problems: Traffic congestion is a frequent phenomenon here and many are hopelessly trapped in hour-long gridlocks. The main roads are well-made, barring a few potholes. Yet, there are several by lanes and alleys that are in a pitiable condition. Several construction sites dump sand and stones on these roads making it impossible to travel on them. The Kutcher roads are especially in need of attention.
    Anyone who has lived in Bangalore for some time will fondly remember the pleasant climate, flowers blooming and the city roads covered with flowers of all hues and colours. Alas, it is no more like this today, and the city is competing with Kolkata and Chennai summer temperatures, and west stretches of our water-starved city are left to mercy of water tankers. Rapid urbanisation, unplanned development and a free run to land mafia has led to massive encroachment of lake land, raja-kaluves and large scale exploitation of underground water.

Today, 85-90% of lakes have turned dry are sitting prey for real estate mafia and land grabbers. The massive exploitation of underground water, coupled with disappearance of lakes, has serious consequences for the city. It is visible in the rising temperature in the city, disappearance of flora and fauna, and fast depleting levels of underground water. Consequently, Bangalore today is sitting on a silent time bomb that, if not addressed urgently, will lead to irreversible damage to its water security and quality of life.

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