Bantwal: Polystyrene sheets placed in pothole to alert commuters on Mangaluru-Bengaluru NH

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (MS)

Bantwal, Oct 3: On the Sunday, October 2, a stranger kept polystyrene sheets in the form of a barricade on a huge pothole on the Mangaluru-Bengaluru national highway (NH) 75 near B C Road. The pothole is existing for quite some time here.

This pothole is on an extremely dangerous spot on the road. Many vehicles that arrive at fast pace have fallen into this pothole and got damaged. NHAI officials are reportedly not bothered to do anything on it.

In addition, this pothole is at the beginning of flyover of B C Road. As the service road to go to B C Road market area also begins from here, vehicle drivers are getting confused and many accidents have also taken place. A pothole that was near B C Road was filled with patch a few months ago but this pothole is left in the same condition.

Some frustrated commoner has kept the polystyrene sheet to draw the attention of NHAI. Locals are also urging administration to look into this dangerous pothole.





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  • Alphy, Mumbai

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    This is the result of zero accountability. If the voters don't realize the pathetic condition of our country in particular and the road in general, how do you expect a change to come for a better living. It will remain only a dream and lot of bickering on comment pages. Every educated voter and those sane voters need to be alert while voting and also vigilant to check, which bucket our valid votes lands into courtesy highly controversial EVM's.

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  • Sarvanabhavana Purushotham, Murukaveri DK.

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    After 2014 everywhere Potholes - Duniya Goal hai lekin har Jagaha Hole hai!

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  • Harish Shenoy, Bangalore

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    The NH between Bangalore and Mangalore is in worst condition and under repair since long. No one is bothered about the road, we the commuters have to bear the brunt of the worst road

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  • Prakash, Mlore

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    'It's criminal' to collect toll without repairing the roads !!

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  • Dsouza, Manglore

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    Dear Leaders, is theses kind of "Golden Roads" promised by you?

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  • Ravi, mangalore

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    ayyo deva.... BJP da avastene... akleg politician apunnnek nattuna yedde...

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    Without fail collecting toll. This is the state of the road.

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