In urban Bengaluru, the lake located in Devarabeesanahalli, adjacent to Maruti showroom, opposite to LSI Logic and Ecospace, and at about 200 metres from Bengaluru Central, is being encroached by dumping sand and mud. This is a clear case of killing a natural resource. We are in a stage where we can't afford to loose any source of water. Please stop closing such water bodies.
Why is this important?
Bengaluru is one of those Indian cities which are facing severe shortage of water for the residents. In such a case, we can't afford to let anybody kill water bodies. If this happens to a lake that is located on the Sarjapur main road and can be seen by thousands of people everyday, then what may happen to other natural resources which can't be tracked easily?