Gowdre Daari Bidri!!!

Well the last time I had traveled on the tolled road built by Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprise, promoted by Ashok Kheny and co, I had an amazing experience. There was absolutely no traffic and the road was of amazing quality. It was worth paying the toll and I reached Mysore Road from Konanakunte in a matter of minutes.

The road always had issues with our humble former Prime Minister arguing that the people who lost the land were not properly compromised by the government. Well, the other side of the story says that it was his son who approved the project and its costing! So who is to take the blame? The courts had almost closed the matter and well, all of a sudden our dear son of the soil wanted to rise again!

This time, someone was hit by an oncoming vehicle in the NICE road and succumbed to the injuries and hung ho, Mr Gowda appearently blocked the traffic on the entire road! And its still blocked even today… After the humble farmer used the B word against his highness the CM of Karnataka, he had lost all his grounds and he bounces back now that the agitation is for compensation for farmers who were underpaid, huh!!! Well my granddad had sold his land half a century ago, I need todays cost for that… So, even I am going on hunger strike from tomorrow. Who knows it may click 😉

Well, you might ask why I am posting the article which may not be of interest to me as I no longer use the NICE road often. But this Friday, Vikas and me came to Mysore by car and decided to take the NICE road and bilmey it was closed. The security sent us back telling ‘gowdru jana road myaak inno kuntaavre’. Oh! Guru… We had to take the alternative route to Mysore now as going back to Bangalore from NICE was another not so nice idea! So we took the road less traveled -> Bangalore – Kanakapura – Malavalli – Bannur – Mysore and it took us almost an hour extra! May be the Nokia maps worked all through, but still it was a bad experience.

My request to the humble farmer, Gowdre, please road melindda eddeli! We want to use that amazing infrastructure. Let the court decide if the farmers need to be compensated!


About amarharish
Was working as a Consultant for Five Years. Moved on to pursue a Masters in Management at Great Lakes, Chennai. Interests include Hi Tech, Brands, Quizzing, Leadership to name a few!

3 Responses to Gowdre Daari Bidri!!!

  1. dhanraj says:

    mannina maganige jai.!!

  2. Vikas says:

    haha… bet it wasnt a ‘NICE’ experience… it was kinda cool though… wasnt it? 😛

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