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‘Must visit at least once’, Bangalore’s pit road goes viral on social media

One of the users said about the pit in Bangalore, “Very good pit. Must spin at least once. Your chassis is guaranteed to hit the right places.” However, the pathhole tag on Google Maps has now been removed by the search engine.

Images of potholes from Bangalore went viral on social media

Image Credit source: Twitter

A few days ago, heavy rains and then floods made headlines continuously. Bangalore Now once again it is making headlines. However, Bangalore has also been recognized for its unique performance. Capital of Karnataka Tired of the deplorable condition of the roads, the people here have come up with a unique way of registering their protest. Locals have made a pit on Google Maps geo-tag Did it, and in no time, reviews started coming in about it.

Images of ‘Abizer pits’ with Google Maps showing the location in Bellandur, Bangalore went viral on social media. The location is logged as “Historic landmark in Bengaluru” in Karnataka.

picture went viral in social media

After this post on Twitter, reviews started coming continuously. One review in the same review said, “Great place very close to top notch pits, many grocery stores and all kinds of good schools.” Another review said, “With the presence of this thing, real estate is flourishing in real estate, even if you are inconvenienced by the pothole. On the contrary, there are physiotherapists in the name of the facility.

Another comment said, “Very good pit. Must visit at least once. Your chassis is guaranteed to hit the right places.” However, the pathhole tag on Google Maps has now been removed by the search engine.

However, before the “historic landmark” was removed from Google Maps, users on social media had a lot of fun and commented fiercely.

People targeted BBMP

Many people also targeted the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) fiercely for the poor condition of the roads.

Taking cognizance of the poor condition of roads in Bengaluru, the Karnataka High Court on Monday warned the BBMP to be serious about covering potholes in the city. High Court told BBMP, “You need to act fast. He (BBMP commissioner) should be informed of the gravity of the situation and its urgency. If we are not shouting, it does not mean that we are not serious.

The BBMP advocate informed the High Court that a total of 2,010 potholes have been filled and only 221 potholes are left till September 14, 2022. Potholes have become a big issue on the roads in the capital city of Bengaluru, especially recently. After heavy rains and floods in the city.

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