Jul 062011

Except the areas of VIPs and few others, Delhi roads are in very bad shape and full of potholes. MCD seems to be more busy in collecting various taxes and sealing shops. Their officials are not concerned about the betterment of roads. MCD is having hundreds of crores but department keeps ignoring the people. Though BJP made many promises about the development after coming into MCD but they have done very little. Here, I’ve taken the photographs of the roads of few areas and also mentioned the name of the area councillors. See below:

1) Shivaji Marg near DLF (Mamta Joshi, Congress Councillor)

"Shivaji Marg Near DLF full of potholes"


2) Moti Nagar Main Redlight In front of MCD office (Ved Prakash Gupta, BJP Councillor)

"Moti Nagar Red Light Ved Prakash Gupta"


3) Ramesh Nagar Double Storey the way to Namdhari Colony (Usha Mehta, BJP Councillor)

"Namdhari Colony Ramesh Nagar Potholes"

4) Basai Darapur Government School Road (Ramphal Tyagi, Congress Councillor)

"Basai Darapur Potholes"

5) Rajouri Garden Metro Station Near Bikanerwala (Shashi Talwar, BJP Councillor)

"Rajouri Garden Potholes Near Bikanerwala"

There are many more roads like these in Delhi but I was only able to click some. BJP must act quickly to solve the big problem of potholes which Delhiites are facing.

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  7 Responses to “MCD keeps ignoring Delhi’s roads although the elections are very near”

  1. Neither BJP nor Congress is good for our country.

  2. BJP is a party of bogus leaders.

  3. I’m from the Sudershan Park and our area has lot of problems. BJP coucillor Mr.Ved Prakash Gupta is only busy in making money. I voted for him last time but now I would never vote for such a corrupt leader.

  4. Mr. Vijay Sharma and Councillor Ved Prakash Gupta of BJP are responsible for Sudershan Park’s mess.

  5. BJP is also busy in making money only

  6. Road at the back side of Oxford school Vikaspuri E block are so pathetic and there is no one to take action and repair the road.

  7. Send us few pics, here is the e-mail: newsofdelhi@gmail.com

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