Will Bangalore run dry

As its administrators sleep and focus on politics. By now kumaraswamy should have atleast put a plan together but he wont because he is just plan incapable

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All of us are responsible for the state of affairs in Bangalore. The builders who encroach lakes, the bureaucrats who turn a blind eye (for a price, of course), the present political situation where every one worth his/her salt is trying hard to safeguard his/her chair, public apathy and the general apathy has been the reason for turning Bangalore towards a desrt. more  
Our NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL has delivered so many judgements .wHY DON'T it implemented? In Bangalore so many lakes are there and it is encroached by land mafias aided by politicians . Why 50 meter distance from lake ,no building is allowed but still many building have come up .Sewage are polluting the lakes ,foams ,fire are constant in the lakes? Why public should not take up this & fix the responsibility more  
Dear Friends, Instead of just blaming for what has already happened, I suggest that the Government should put its act to clear/deepen the existing lake beds instead of leaving it people who will grab it for other uses ! Let us do it! more  
Why don't the politicians understand that all they need to do to come back to power is to take care of the problems of their respective constituencies. People are laughing at the goings on the political front. Two failed political parties at the hustings are desperately trying to run the government, nay ruining the government. They do not deserve our respect and votes. Never. more  
All natural resources are finite. The most important problem is of NUMBERS- too many people living in ever decreasing per capita land, water etc. Crying need of the day is population control - everything else are patchwork remedy. Rivers are drying up, borewells are drying up, what use will be your check dams? Can you ever hope to see an functioning dug well in Molar/ doddaballapur etc? N o chance. The norm to be enforced should be 2 children max per couple; only a max of 10 bore wells per sq km; max depth of these to be less than 200 m. Encourage rain-fed farming and not ground water irrigation. We have already confiscated the water resources of our great grand children. Time is now to make amends. more  
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