NCP launches social media campaign highlighting pothole issue on Mumbai roads

While seeking public support, Mumbai NCP President Nawab Malik informed that this campaign will be carried out in every ward of the civic body if it doesn’t pay attention to the pothole issue

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In order to protest against the potholes on Mumbai roads, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has initiated a social media campaign under the label ‘Mumbai ban gaya khadde ka adda’ (Mumbai, home to potholes). 

In this campaign, the NCP will highlight the pothole problem and will put up its photographs on social media while holding the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) accountable for the same. 

While talking to the media, senior NCP leader and party’s Mumbai unit chief, Nawab Malik informed that the campaign will highlight the issue on social media by using hashtags such as #KhaddeKaAdda #MumbaiPotholes. The NCP also demands public participation in the same. 

Earlier, BMC had claimed that there are only 400 to 500 potholes on Mumbai’s road. While refuting the civic body’s claim, Malik said that there are nearly 25,000 potholes. 

This campaign will continue on social media until all the potholes are removed from Mumbai’s roads. A social audit for the same will also be carried out,” Mumbai NCP President Nawab Malik said.

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Malik further asserted that this campaign will be carried out in every ward of the civic body if it doesn’t pay attention to the pothole issue. 

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