If you want to test your SUV cars in Bengaluru, come to Junnasandra in Bellandur which will give you one hell of an experience. Described as a dirt track, its a 500-meter road that connects the Wipro campus in Sarjapur. The particular road is punctuated with 10 asphalted patches which are enough to ruin you and your vehicle.
500-meter Junnasandra road
A report says that the road gets muddy even if there is a drizzle. The 500-meter road is filled with knee-deep water during rain. Moreover, there are no street lights in the region to avoid potholes in the dark.
Jayaraj Selvan, a resident said, “During the day, we can at least see the road, but it’s scary at night. With no lights and knee-deep water, many people have fallen into potholes and injured themselves.”
Varun J, an entreprenur is ashamed to get his investors to use these roads. “Why does the government not look into this because it is they who will benefit from our business.”
Sharan Tripathi, an IT employee and resident of Bellandur said, “If BBMP can levy penalties on property tax defaulters, why does the government not penalize the civic agency? Is it not responsible for laying roads.”
@BBMPCOMM,now that @chairmanbwssb as per his promise in #Bellandur,Janaspandana has released roads list,pls publish your restoration schedule.Every road is mess!
CAUTION:Ward admin doesnt work,so personally monitor or empower RWAs for help & #SaveBellandur@ArvindLBJP @blsanthosh pic.twitter.com/7J3wAye7lP
— SaveBellandur(ಬೆಳ್ಳಂದೂರು ಉಳಿಸಿ) (@kdevforum) October 9, 2019
@jcmpura @dcmdpura @bbmpceri @MtfRoads @Bengaluru2050 @BBMP_MAYOR Since Aug2019 we were keep on following-up. Looks like civic agencies will work only when there are casualties. #SaveBellandur #savebellandur #BBMP #BBMPCOMM https://t.co/5BCKk9WGm8
— Hemakumar (@hemakumark) October 9, 2019
@pothole_raja I think the potholes look better than this kind of road. We are fed up of raising this issue to bbmp. Is it possible for your team to do something in this ?
This is Junnasandra area in Sarjapur Road. pic.twitter.com/xZ8qowTsOY
— Anand Pandey (@anandpandey19) October 7, 2019
Water logging at JUNNASANDRA ROAD, Sarjapur main road, Bangalore makes it even more tougher for people to walk in rainy season. Junnasandra road was repaired about 4 months ago and the area shown in the video was not repaired. @MORTHIndia @narendramodi @MORTHRoadSafety #waterlog pic.twitter.com/THa5coMHMr
— Tanushree ? (@nomadic_gal_) October 4, 2019
@Randeep_Dev sir pl pl help n resolve issues:no footpath no streetlight n mudRoad n potholes.Junnasandra road.Power https://t.co/Sjt7it1KNr drainage No water. As common man we raise complaints to bbmp but no action taken from 1 year.Wepay property tax. Income tax. Road tax.
— Narsimha (@Narsimh06942247) September 27, 2019
Beautiful road of Junnasandra. Visit once and enjoy the ride. Only God can save you here. No hope from #BBMP .
We are fed up of raising road issues but no help from anyone. @BBMPCOMM @BBMP_MAYOR @kdevforum @sarjapurblr @ArvindLBJP @PCMohanMP @rk_misra @csogok pic.twitter.com/ZPXClAZ414
— Anand Pandey (@anandpandey19) September 26, 2019
This is in Maruthi Garden layout junnasandra road, all new PG buildings constructed and no building has drainage connection, all sewage water going on to the roads…no drainage line available. pic.twitter.com/xD0JPtOhqe
— Raj (@Raj4z) May 11, 2019
#IndianPolitics:This is the legacy of 5 years of uninterrupted rule of KHANgress under @siddaramaiah & 14 months of MAITRI SARKARA by hd_kumaraswamy.This combination has proved to be the DEATH KNELL for our Bengaluru. PIP PIP! @BJP4Karnataka – https://t.co/dicQ2NPE4C
— Anand K.Vajapeyam (@vajapeyam) October 9, 2019
@bbmpcommr sir this is the situation of the road in Junnasandra, near Ayyappa temple Sarjapur road. Lot of stones are put on main road. Please look in this asap. Already few people have got injured. pic.twitter.com/qBlr7nekyV
— Harshad Nimje (@harshadnimje) May 18, 2018
— Rajasekhar (@raj_flake) October 5, 2019
— BellandurJothege (@BellandurJothge) October 16, 2018
Isn't shame to all of us? This place is just 500mtrs away from wipro corporate office. @Wipro @amitabhk87 @NITIAayog @nasscom think before u ask someone to open office in #Bangalore #SaveBellandur #NewIndia #DigitalIndia @debjani_ghosh_ #achhedin
— Hemakumar (@hemakumark) October 5, 2019