DH-PV Janaspandana in KR Assembly segment on Oct 28

It will provide a platform for people to air their grievances

The residents of Krishnaraja (KR) Assembly constituency will get an opportunity to air their civic woes as Deccan Herald and it’s sister publication Prajavani will organise ‘Janaspandana – Citizens for Change’ programme on October 28 in the city.

The Janaspandana will be held at Chikkamma Nikethana Community Hall on Gaganachumbi Double Road, Kuvempu Nagar, from 10 am to 1 pm.

Corporators of Agrahara, Sunnadakeri, Lakshmipuram, Ramachandra Agrahara, Gundurao Nagar, Chamundipuram, Krishnamurthypuram, Jayanagar, Ashokapuram, Vidyaranyapuram, Vishveshwara Nagar, JP Nagar, Srirampura, Aravinda Nagar, Vivekananda Nagar, Kuvempu Nagar (KHB), Kuvempu Nagar (South), KG Koppal, Kuvempu Nagar (North), Sharadadevi Nagar, Yaraganahalli, Siddhartha Nagar and Ittigegudu wards under the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) will be present in the programme, along with the officials concerned and the MLA M K Somasekhar.

Officials of various government departments and government agencies, responsible for the upkeep of the city and for providing services to the people like the MCC, Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA), Vani Vilas Water Works (VVWW), Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation (CESC), Karnataka State Transport Corporation (KSRTC), Regional Transport office and the Police department will be present.

Janaspandana acts as a platform for the people to air their grievances before the officials concerned in the presence of the people’s representatives. It is hoped that the authorities get an overview and insight into the problems faced by the people. DH-PV hopes that most of the problems will get an instant solution as both the people’s representatives and the officials concerned would be available on the same platform.

The programme is a part of DH and PVs initiative to connect with the citizens of Mysuru city to solve their civic problems, ranging from waste disposal; streetlights; stray dog and cattle menace; potholes on roads; choked drains; inadequate water supply; sewerage issues; conservation and development of lakes; electricity problems; health issues; public transport services; inadequate city bus services; traffic problems; parking woes; footpath problems; development and maintenance of parks and playgrounds; chain-snatching; law and order; etc.

DH-PV have organised many such events in the past at different locations in Bengaluru and other places, which has helped in resolving most of the civic issues. People willing to air their grievances can reach the venue by 9 am and register their names at the temporary reception counter.

The people can also send their grievances by email to janaspandana@printersmysore.co.in or call H C Lakshmikantha on 98805 81377 (between 9 am and 5 pm). Follow DH-PV on #DHJanaspandana.

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