Opinion | Public has greater role than govt in keeping cities neat
There’s noise on drawbacks of the municipal corporations but the solution is missing
The rainwater in the streets of Patna has dried up, leaving horrible memories. It has left behind mosquitoes, dengue and the risk of infectious diseases. It was not the only reflection of the pathetic condition of our cities. Earlier, Mumbai has also suffered similar bruises. Those of our cities that are situated on the banks of rivers or on the sea coast are prone to waterlogging when it rains a lot and face severe water scarcity when there is a little heat.