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BMC Pothole Challenge, Civic Engineers to Pay Rs 42,500 To Citizens

Five days since Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) launched the pothole challenge, it’s facing severe criticism for the delay in fixing the potholes. According to a report by The Times of India, 4 days since the challenge, 85 out of 879 complaints received on their website were not fixed within 24 hours. As per BMC guidelines, if a pothole is not fixed within a day, the person who reported the pothole receives Rs 500, which will be paid by the civic executive engineers. This means that the engineers will have to pay a total of Rs 42,500 to the citizens.

 

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BMC Pothole Challenge, Civic Engineers to Pay Rs 42,500 To Citizens

Five days since Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) launched the pothole challenge, it’s facing severe criticism for the delay in fixing the potholes. According to a report by The Times of India, 4 days since the challenge, 85 out of 879 complaints received on their website were not fixed within 24 hours. As per BMC guidelines, if a pothole is not fixed within a day, the person who reported the pothole receives Rs 500, which will be paid by the civic executive engineers. This means that the engineers will have to pay a total of Rs 42,500 to the citizens.

 

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BMC Pothole Challenge, Civic Engineers to Pay Rs 42,500 For Delay | Morning Coffee

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BMC Pothole Challenge, Civic Engineers to Pay Rs 42,500 To Citizens

Five days since Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) launched the pothole challenge, it’s facing severe criticism for the delay in fixing the potholes. According to a report by The Times of India, 4 days since the challenge, 85 out of 879 complaints received on their website were not fixed within 24 hours. As per BMC guidelines, if a pothole is not fixed within a day, the person who reported the pothole receives Rs 500, which will be paid by the civic executive engineers. This means that the engineers will have to pay a total of Rs 42,500 to the citizens.