Last evening, Anil Shirole member of Parliment of the Pune Lok Sabha Constituency with the help of Twitter asked Punekars to contribute via suggestions on how to make the city a better place that will translate into the Pune Vision Document. In his tweet he said that the said document is in its early stages and would benefit greatly with peoples honest inputs.
Pune Vision Document is shaping up with inputs from u & field experts. Its in a very nascent stage & I welcome more contributions from all
— Anil Shirole (@AnilShiroleBJP) June 23, 2014
His tweet got a lot of replies related to civic issues and general concerns such as that of traffic rules and environment. Out of the 15 plus replies that he got, majority of them inclined towards better roads and transport facilities and cleaning up of rivers along with planting more trees. There was also a call to make the city a safer place for women. Below are some of the suggestions that the Punekars gave
@anilshirolebjp saheb traffic cha prashn sodva ani ho punatil sarv killyanche sanvardhan changalya prakare kara..,
— Ganesh Shelke (@GaneshShelke191) June 23, 2014
@AnilShiroleBJP Stopping Mula-Mutha from turning into a gutter..
— Aasli_Bhartiya (@Aasli_Bhartiya) June 23, 2014
@anilshirolebjp We need a good public bus service & a major curb on unregulated constructions within city limits.
— ThinRhino (@thinrhino) June 23, 2014
@AnilShiroleBJP Women helpline kiosks strategically located to make this the safest city for women in India.
— Aurijit Aiyer (@AurijitAiyer) June 23, 2014
— Vishal (@VISHALFASE) June 23, 2014