BENGALURU: Just 24 hours after a road craftsman spruced up as a space explorer and performed "moonwalk" in a viral video, attracting regard for 'pit estimated' potholes in Bengaluru, urban experts enduring an onslaught raced to do harm control.
Bengaluru-based road craftsman Baadal Nanjundaswamy had posted the video on Twitter on Monday. In the video, he is seen wearing a space suit and mimicking space explorers making strides on the Moon's surface. The camera at that point skillet to demonstrate the pothole-filled Tunganagar Main Road in North Bengaluru. The video, where he additionally labeled urban specialists, has been seen more than 1 million times on Twitter.
After the mind-boggling open and media reaction to Baadal Nanjundaswamy's video, Bengaluru urban specialists filled the potholes out and about found in his Baadal Nanjundaswamy's video. He said thanks to them on Twitter for their brief reaction.
"Much obliged to you for such a mind-boggling reaction and backing. Work in advancement. Fast and brief reaction from @BBMP. On account of Mr. Prabhakar, CE RR Nagar who is neglecting the circumstance on ground at present," he tweeted with a video of the fixes being made.
"Thank you for such an awesome response and support. fast and prompt response from @BBMP. because of Prabhakar, atomic number 58 RR Nagar UN agency is commanding things on ground presently," he tweeted with a video of the repairs being created.
Bengaluru community body representative LB Suresh told news office IANS that they have filled the potholes hailed by the craftsman "Under the supervision of our central architect S Prabhakar, the potholes on Tunganagar fundamental street have been filled. We reacted at the most punctual to the craftsman's objection," he said.
Baadal Nanjundaswamy is notable craftsman, known for hailing municipal issues like the state of streets and potholes with dazzling road workmanship.