Tuesday, November 12, 2013

ideas for bangalore

n A controlled population for whom adequate, meaningful employment is available. n Adequate governance set-up which can meet the needs of the populace and ensures civic responsibilities, community participation, a sense of identity, transparency and equity in local institutions. n Efficient basic civic amenities for a reasonably comfortable existence. For example, due to the shortage of power, more than 30% of power is illegally consumed without payment to the municipal corporation, leading to corruption, astronomical financial losses and inadequate supply to those who pay for its consumption. Same goes for water, which is inadequate to meet the demands of the population. n Planned housing colonies with adequate infrastructure like schools, parks, drainage system, local medicare establishments. n An appropriate transport system, as transportation affects the environment. Transportation planning has to take into consideration a wide range of options and choices like adequate roads, parking lots, alternate system of transportation, mass transit facilities. The aim should be to reduce the total vehicle kilometres driven in congested areas, thus reducing the pollution and emission of green house gases. This can only be effected if the number of vehicles on roads are reduced. n Effective environmental infrastructure to address the issues of untreated sewage and waste polluting rivers, lakes and coastal zones, (thus threatening water ecosystems). n Empowerment of women and encouraging their participation in the political, social and economic life of a city and adoption of urban policies that take into account women’s needs and initiatives. n Development of an efficient urban private sector, both formal and non-formal which reduces poverty by generating jobs and helping in economic growth. n An efficient health-care system which would also address issues of nutrition, family planning and sanitation. n A mechanism in the form of a policy initiative for industrial dispersal to satellite townships where better employment opportunities are created. Thanks a lot.. Regards.. Sajjan Raj Mehta.. trade activist Ex President.Jain Yuva Sangathan,Bangalore CHAIRMAN..JAIN CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE EX. President.Karnataka Hosiery & Garment Assn. EX.VICE.President.Bhartiya Jain Sangathan.Karnataka VICE-CHAIRMAN..Internal trade committee & FDI..FKCCI Member..State Taxes Committee..FKCCI Member..Infrastructure Committee.FKCCI M.C.Member.Bhartiya Udhyog Vyapar Mandal..Delhi.. Chief Beuro.Hum Vyapari.A National Fortnightly Newspaper.Delhi Member..Association of Karnataka Trade & Industry PRACHAR PRASAR MANTRI.. Shri Jain Ratna Hiteshi Shravak Sangh..Karnataka MEMBER...Shri Vardhman Sthanakvasi Jain Shravak Sangh..Hanumantnagar Joint Secretary..Jodhpur Association.Bangalore MEMBER...C A I T ..DELHI ( CONFEDERATION OF ALL INDIA TRADERS ) sajjanrajmehta.blogspot.com TWITTER @sajjanrajmehta F-4, FIRST FLOOR, L.N. COMPLEX, LAL BUIDING ANNEXE...248-250..O.T.PET, BANGALORE,53 Mobile_ 9845501150 Residence at 1/02,2nd,cross.4th main.HANUMANT NAGAR.BANGALORE.560053

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