After The Pothole Challenge, Here's The Brand New #FootPathChallenege

Kiran Dighavkar, Assistant Commissioner of G/North ward started the footpath challenge where people from Shivaji Park, Dadar and Mahim can report a footpath which is in bad shape in a WhatsApp group.


After ending the pothole challenge, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is now all set to come a new one. For those unaware, pothole challenge urged people to report a pothole to the authorities and they will be awarded ₹500 if the pothole isn't filled within 24 hours. Now, Kiran Dighavkar, Assistant Commissioner of G/North ward has started the footpath challenge. 

Dighavkar tweeted about the same and stated that people from Shivaji Park, Dadar and Mahim can report footpaths which are in a bad condition on a WhatsApp group and the action will be taken in 24-48 hours. However, there will be no price money for the person if the footpath isn't fixed in the given time. 

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Moreover, the ward officials have formed a team of five people comprising of a supervisor, assistant and three labourers who will help in fixing the footpaths that need to be repaired. So what do you think of this new challenge? Do you think that this should be extended to other parts of the city? Send in your suggestions to us on @MumbaiLiveNews on Twitter. 

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