After the video of a man 'moon-walking' to show the poor infrastructure of the Bengaluru roads went viral, authorities have finally taken some action.
According to reports, a day after the video went viral, painter Baadal Nanjundaswamy who released the said video shared new images. These photos were shared to show “work in progress” at the city’s Herohalli road, where he had shot the video.
Thank you people for such a overwhelming response and support! ♥️♥️♥️🙏🙏— baadal nanjundaswamy (@baadalvirus) September 3, 2019
Work in progress.. Quick and prompt response from @BBMP. Thank you very much @BBMPCOMM @BBMP_MAYOR and Mr. Prabhakar, CE RR Nagar who is overlooking on ground currently. pic.twitter.com/clgoLAIKzU
Netizens congratulated the painter and took his post to draw attention to other such roads and issues.
Congratulations, your creative protest made a deep impact.— Sunil Patil 🇮🇳 (@sunilmpatil) September 3, 2019
@baadalvirus you are a genius! Need more people like you to show the governments their true face and place.— Kaushik Mukherjee (@kaushikuhart) September 3, 2019
Sir, Please visit Neeladari Road/ Bettadasanspura Road Junction, Electeonic city with your space suit. It brings tears in my eyes when I see school buses plying over the non existent roads. Lot of Kids, Elders affected.— Power Panda (@mepowerpanda) September 3, 2019
Must appreciate BBMP and the people of Karnataka for prompt action.— Sandeep جائیہند (@keysersoja) September 3, 2019
If you were to do this in UP, you'd be in jail for criminal conspiracy against the state govt. 😂
Please come and walk on my road in deverabisanahalli also.— Shruti Pathak (@ShrutiP21629204) September 3, 2019
In Bellandur, we are having road issues since last 2 years, its like now we forgot how a road looks like. 😔https://t.co/KSrTmYoZ7n— Preet (@Preet99378115) September 3, 2019
The viral video has now crossed 2 miliion views on Facebook and another 1.3 million on Twitter.