Readers' clicks – July 1

The Hindu's Right to Walk campaign is an attempt to reclaim our city’s footpaths for pedestrians. Through a targeted print and online campaign it hopes to empower residents and goad local officials to act. Here, we showcase photos and stories shared by our readers. For more stories go to My Chennai My Right

Is Mr Vinod dissenting or asking people not to care issues in everyday living. While he has every right to express either way, this sort of 'I don't care any thing except my food and my way of earning and living' does not bode well for the country. In fact not caring for community issues and social issues is the cause for the decline in our living standards. By the way, does this YOUNG person has any plans for senior citizens and communities to be arranged where they do not obstruct young people?

from:  Chinta Sastry
Posted on: Jul 3, 2013 at 19:37 IST

seeing the quieres from people we can clearly see majority of people are
either old or retired people who just sit in their house and watch all
these issues, in this current century i personaly feel people who earn
and live the life dont have much time to see all these issues, either
they go by adjusting with the issues or leave the place and settle some
where you dont find any issues.

from:  vinod
Posted on: Jul 3, 2013 at 14:08 IST

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