Mangaluru: Activist fumes on social media over waste dumped on mini Vidhan Soudha premises

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Jun 8: As the staff in the mini Vidhan Soudha have failed to maintain cleanliness in the building here by properly disposing the waste materials, an activist in the city took to social media slamming the administration over the failure of proper maintenance of the building.

Several people throng to the building to get done their work. But, the mini Vidhan Soudha staff have failed to maintain the cleanliness of the building. Several waste products have been dumped on the first floor of the building. This gives a bad image to a Smart City like Mangaluru.

Speaking to, social activist Gerard Towers said, "Though the mini Vidhana Soudha was constructed by spending crores of rupees, the administrative authority has failed to maintain the building by keeping it clean. Though several people are visiting the building, the authority has failed to maintain cleanliness. The present condition of mini Vidhan Soudha is worse than the dumping yard.”

Though the issue has been brought to the notice of the people concerned, no action has been taken up to maintain cleanliness, he said.

Papers and other waste items have been dumped on the terrace premises of the mini Vidhan Soudha.




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