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By Our Staff Reporter
BANGALORE, OCT. 7. The Mayor, P.R. Ramesh, on Thursday instructed the Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BMP) engineers to complete all pothole-filling work on the main roads and cross roads of Chandra Layout, Attiguppe, Jayanagar and Gurappanapalya wards within the next few days. Mr. Ramesh gave this direction while inspecting various development works, along with other corporators.
He also asked the Mahanagara Palike officials to extend all basic facilities for a new BMP building in Jayanagar ward. Later, he visited a basketball court and tailoring training centre of the BMP in the area.
In Gurappanapalya, he sought speedy disposal of ownership certificates to the dwellers of Puttayannapalya slum.
The Mayor wanted development works to immediately begin at the playground between Jayanagar 11th and 18th main roads.
Inspecting the storm water drain passing through Chandra Layout, Arundhatinagar and Tigular Layout, he directed the Mahanagara Palike officials to repair portions of the embankment which had collapsed in rain.
Mr. Ramesh also asked the BMP Planning Department to draft a plan for a road overbridge near Nayandahalli. It was noticed that the residents faced hardship in crossing the railway track passing through the area.
In Attiguppe ward, he proposed to build a hi-tech children's park in association with the residents' association. He asked the Deputy Commissioner (South) to look into the matter and come up with a plan.
The Deputy Mayor, G. Basavaraju, corporators, Samiullah, Somashekhar, Gayathri Shivappa, Vijaya Muniraj, and other BMP officials accompanied the Mayor.
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