BBMP engineers to face pay cuts if roads are dug up after completion of work

Chandan Arora
Chandan Arora
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BENGALURU: The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has ordered its engineers to face pay cuts if roads are not asphalted. The tough move against the engieneers came into effect from Friday.

Citizens have time and again complained about BBMP’s poor work, with road cutting and potholes being major problems for motorists. The Palike has decided to experiment with a new method to prevent road excavation. The BBMP has announced that it will not allow excavation of roads that have been completed under various schemes. It also said that if work is not completed within the stipulated time, the BBMP engineers will have to spend from their pockets and complete the work. If not, disciplinary action will be taken against them.

BBMP will take disciplinary action against its engineers if roads works are not completed in the stipulated time.

Citizens and agencies will have to take prior permission from the BBMP to digs the road for various works like laying water or sanitary lines, installing underground cables, etc. The Special Commissioner of the BBMP Planning Department has ordered pay cuts for engineers if potholes or road digging is found after the completion of the work.

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