10 Jun The thought for to day and for ever in my mind is the fate of the pedestrians in the east fort bus terminal.
The thought for to day and for ever in my mind is the fate of the pedestrians in the east fort bus terminal. Here unlike any place else in the world the city buses are parked in two lines. The competition for space the path to get in and get out of passenger loading area threatens the simple mans or voters life at risk.
To expand the terminal govt planned a plan to acquire land from the attakulangara school compound. In fact none of the children or grand children of our environmental stalwarts or tree lovers are enrolled there. A set of students from the bottom ten percent are there.
With the bus station closer by I would imagine that the level of soot ( pm) in the atmosphere is not told to the public by the pollution control board.
The plan of the govt should Haseena relocating the school to some healthier place.
The tree lovers hug the trees and want to retain the trees in their own places and do not need bus station. By the way the photoed faces do not send their kids to that school.
The teachers do not want to expand the bus terminal of passenger safety measures.
It is pictured as some plan govt wants to implement and not for the people.
The fate of Kerala is like that of Bengal . For every new step there is a vertical division among the activists. Well the death toll at the same time is going up in the east fort area.
The demise is treated as a natural event following the Darwinian model or the Vedic prescriptions. In ether of the cases road death is not treated as a natural cause. Bu the greens think the other way.