14 years into the making, Delhi unveiled its Signature Bridge almost a week back, and it seems we now have a problem. 

Picknicking tourists have been reported to be littering the area and also taking selfies, putting their lives at risk.

Source: Indian Express

The bridge which is an engineering marvel- laden with elevators, a viewing box, and selfie spots, has now been turned into a picnic spot. 

The bridge, now, sees itself littered with garbage and hundreds of people flaunting traffic rules just to get their pictures clicked.

Source: Firstpost

Owing to the heavy influx of curious people visiting the bridge, several vendors have set up food stalls along the bridge, adding to the chaos.

Source: The Hindu

Motorists driving on the wrong side and people climbing on top of their vehicles to take selfies has become a common sight now. In doing so, they not only are risking their own lives but that of the others too.

Source: ANI
Source: India Today

In an interview with The Hindu, Om Prakash Sharma, a visitor, said,

The government has done a great job, but people are making the bridge dirty. It is attracting a lot of tourists for sure but it is disorganised.

Several parts of the bridge are still under construction and this cacophony by the visitors may prove to be fatal.

A recent global study published in the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care revealed that India ranks first amongst the most selfie-related deaths in the world.

Source: Hindustan Times

Rukus caused by people, several times before has begged us to ask the question, do we Indians really deserve good things?