When questioned on potholes, Karnataka IT/BT Minister C N Ashwath Narayan said, “Potholes keep happening. They are a dynamic process. As and when we fill them, new ones come up. So, we shouldn’t keep damning our city.”
Taking to his Twitter handle, the man wrote, “I am living in heaven. Bengaluru is the best place in the world. By far.”
While officials went to the hospital, they reportedly returned without meeting Sandeep and his family.
The counsel for petitioners argued that the number of deaths is increasing in Bengaluru due to pothole ridden roads and the BBMP has not utilised the appropriate technology to fill up potholes.
Believe it or not, the menace is so high that a pothole in Bellandur area appears on Google map as a ‘historical landmark’ in Bengaluru.
Bengaluru: A video by Bengaluru-based artist Baadal Nanjundaswamy, showing a man dressed as an astronaut walking on potholes in the city shown as the Moon’s surface has gone viral on the social media. In the minute-long video, the man can be seen carefully walking on the Tunganagar Main Road, as if he is on the […]