Kolkata: Fine for littering in the Dakshineswar Skywalk Rs 1,000 per case to strengthen the cleanness of Dakshineswar skywalk. The recommendations — made by temple authority also suggest allowing local authorities to challan individuals caught littering on the spot, and imposing heavy fines for “creating littering nuisance” in the Skywalk. Recently two days of it’s inauguration the Skywalk walls and stairs were noticed with red splatters of Gutka.
On Tuesday for the occasion of Diwali and Kali Puja the Skywalk was crowded with the devotees who came for the worship of ‘Maa Bhabatarini’. Naturally everyone gazed at the beautiful newly built Skywalk. And suddenly some eyes stuck to the walls with red splatters of Gutka.
Evidences of this red splatters of Gutka’s were captured on the mobiles and soon spread on social media. And a social media protest arise soon. Mocking at the state government. But this kind of things just raise a question at the conscience of the people. People criticize government for the assurance of making the city’s infrastructure like London but isn’t it also the citizen’s responsibility to keep our surroundings clean and hygiene?
Dakshineswar Skywalk, that was inaugurated on Monday November 5 by the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee looked so bright and modern this is a symbol of urbanization. With this Kolkata added a new feature to crown.
During the inauguration ceremony Mamata Banerjee said that, “Protecting the Skywalk is not only the government’s responsibility but also common man’s too.”