Mumbai residents decided to color the potholes at the Navratri Colors event in an effort to raise awareness regarding the dilapidated roads in the city. Led by Watchdog Basis, the resident activist group has mapped potholes on Marol Church Street in Andheri East to highlight the broken roads and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) not moving towards the same. Apparently, residents reported that the highway was closed within 4 hours of the demonstration. The civic body is responsible for maintaining the highway and infrastructure in the main city as well as the suburbs, but highway conditions only went from dangerous to worse during the monsoon season.
Demonstrators decided to color the pits to highlight the horrific. Highway Parking Dangerous to Motorists
Chat with carandbike regarding protest, Godfrey Pimenta, advocate and advocate Watchdog Basis co-founder said: “We have been constantly highlighting this issue and this year coincided with the Navrati competition. Regardless of the PM's assertion of filling the pits earlier than Ganpati, there are still many areas where this issue still exists. , especially within suburbs. Suburbs are given mother's treatment. In south Mumbai, the roads are thorny and stretchy and suburbs pay the best company taxes and regardless, they get mother compensation.”
” We've all painted colors Totally different Navratri inside the potholes trying to highlight the problem during the day, but BMC got here and fixed the highway within a few hours.There might not be any hint of paint on the highway and it seems to be typical of the new highway. To have a larger approach to highlight the plight of residents across the city.While the first protest was organized in Marol Watchdog plans to correctly replicate items in different elements of the city over the 9 days of the holiday period.
Not only are the top quality roads high, but the protesters are also calling for accountability and action towards the contractors responsible for building and sustaining these roads. The protest put BMC in an awkward spot once again, especially considering that fitness would get one of the largest budgets in the country for running a city. In fiscal year 2021-22, BMC funds stood at Rs 39,038.83 crore, which exceeds the budgets of eight state governments with Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Sikkim and Goa. For the 2022-23 financial year, BMC has allotted around Rs. 2,200 crore to improve highway conditions.
BMC allocated Rs. 2200 to improve Mumbai highway conditions in FY2022-22
Apparently, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has issued Dictations in July of this year promise that each of Mumbai's roads will likely be built by 2024. BMC has jurisdiction over 2,039 km of roads, of which about 1,400 km have already been constructed.