Mangaluru: MLA J R Lobo Inaugurates Rs 1.65 Crore Concrete Road at Anegundi

Mangaluru: MLA J R Lobo inaugurated the concreted road at Anegundi Bejai here, on September 27.

MLA Lobo cut the ribbon and inaugurated the road, while MLC Ivan D’Souza inaugurated the street lights. Later, a Guddali Puja was held for the concreting of the interior road from Anegundi bridge. The road will be developed under the SFC grant of Rs 30 lakh.

bejai-road-20150927 bejai-road-20150927-001 bejai-road-20150927-002 bejai-road-20150927-003 bejai-road-20150927-004 bejai-road-20150927-005 bejai-road-20150927-006 bejai-road-20150927-007 bejai-road-20150927-008 bejai-road-20150927-009 bejai-road-20150927-010 bejai-road-20150927-011 bejai-road-20150927-012 bejai-road-20150927-013 bejai-road-20150927-014 bejai-road-20150927-015 bejai-road-20150927-016 bejai-road-20150927-017 bejai-road-20150927-018 bejai-road-20150927-019 bejai-road-20150927-020 bejai-road-20150927-021 bejai-road-20150927-022 bejai-road-20150927-023

The formal programme began with an invocation. Corporator of Bejai ward, Lancelot Pinto welcomed the gathering and said, “When I informed MLA J RLobo about the development of the Anegundi road, he himself took the initiative and brought the engineers for the estimation of the road.” He thanked J R Lobofor his initiative in concreting the road.

MLA J R Lobo speaking on the occasion said that when any development work is completed and inaugurated, it is something to feel happy about. “When there is development, people feel happy. When the development work is going on, people face a lot of hardship but when it is completed, they feel the joy, even the elected members feel happy of accomplishing the job well.”

He further said that people of Mangaluru want development and they worked unitedly forgetting party differences towards this endeavour. “If today,Mangaluru city has been listed in the smart city project, it is because of the mentality of Mangaloreans. Mangaluru has been listed scientifically in the smart city list due to the people’s representatives and the people of Mangaluru working hand in hand. The people of Mangaluru are giving importance to hygiene and keeping the city clean. Mangaluru is much cleaner compared to other cities. Even Bengaluru and Mysuru have not been listed in the smart city project.”

He also said that discussions are going on to develop the roads and to start the footpath work soon. “We will start the footpath work in the city soon and will develop the markets and bus stands within two years of time. We will also develop the drainage system. The contractor, M G Hussain has completed the concreting of Anegundi road within 45 days at a cost of Rs 1.65 crore. He has done a very neat and quality work. In the coming days, we will computerize the Mangalore City Corporation, so that people can sit in their homes and submit applications or pay bills online. If we, Mangaloreans, being so brilliant cannot computerize the MCC, then it will not be possible to do it in the entire country. If we computerize MCC, many people will be benefited. Our MCC is in the development process, with an ideal size we can experiment on any projects. If the people and elected representatives join hands, we can work wonders in any ward. Let us all join hands to make Mangaluru a smart city,” he added.

MLC Ivan D’Souza also spoke on the occasion. He congratulated thecorporator, contractor and engineers for the timely completion of the Anegundiroad.

Lancelot Pinto and contractor M G Hussain were felicitated by Ln Naveen DSuvarna on behalf of the people of Bejai ward. Manu Bantwal compered the programme. Bejai parish Priest Fr Wilson, Govinda Achar, CorporatorsSashidhar Hegde, Roopa D Bangera, Keshav Maroli, Akhila Alva, Harinath,Sudheer Shetty, Naveen D’Souza, Deepak Poojary Vishwas Das, Nagaveni,Rajanish, Prakash Salian, Raghupal and others were also present.

Click Here for Photo Album

Leave a Reply

Please enter your comment!

The opinions, views, and thoughts expressed by the readers and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions of or any employee thereof. is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by the readers. Responsibility for the content of comments belongs to the commenter alone.  

We request the readers to refrain from posting defamatory, inflammatory comments and not indulge in personal attacks. However, it is obligatory on the part of to provide the IP address and other details of senders of such comments to the concerned authorities upon their request.

Hence we request all our readers to help us to delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by informing us at Lets work together to keep the comments clean and worthful, thereby make a difference in the community.

Please enter your name here