Started from 1st November parallel with the new traffic rules to show the real picture of the city
started Janata Memo programme from 1st November parallel with the new traffic
rules to show the real picture of the city. The team clicks pictures of garbage
and send to the corporation in order to tell them about provide basic amenities
to people first and then implement the new rules.
Hefty traffic fines for the new rules lead to clashes between people and police jawans in the city and to counter it Vadodara Congress started the Janta Memo campaign in Vadodara. On Friday they visited the lake near Kashivishwanath temple and showed the garbage inside.
Vadodara city Congress President Prashant Patel said the state government is just collecting money from the new traffic rules and failed to provide basic facilities to the people. In Vadodara the roads are in bad shape, garbage everywhere, street lights not working and people getting water in low pressure. Hence they started to issue memo to corporation through people about the problems they are facing.
Local resident from nearby Rajstambh society Ajay Dalal said they made countless representations to the corporation about the lake issue but it’s still the same. Every year in monsoon the society submerged in 4 to 5 foot water and crocodiles moves freely inside. This year people faced losses due to heavy rains in the city. He request the corporation to resolve the lake issue at the earliest.