The Katnataka government recently revived an earlier proposal to build an annex to the High Court in Cubbon Park, triggering widespread criticism.
Hundreds gathered today at Bengaluru's iconic Cubbon Park to oppose the Karnataka government's plan to construct a 10-storey building as an annex to the High Court within the cherished green expanse of the public park. Why are we destroying our Garden City with such harebrained proposals! Cubbon Park must be untouched. No construction should be permitted https://t.co/W2FW2JGzkl The Congress Govt's proposal to erect a 10-storey annex in Cubbon Park is an assault on our city's greenery. Bengaluru's beloved lung space must be safeguarded, not suffocated by concrete monstrosities. Every Bengalurian must vehemently oppose and stop this green genocide. pic.twitter.com/jSbT6KSyv0
The Katnataka government recently revived an earlier proposal to build an annex to the High Court in Cubbon Park, triggering widespread criticism. Activists and environmentlists have expressed strong opposition, highlighting concerns about the potential encroachment on park space and the subsequent increase in pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
Cubbon Park, a sprawling 300-acre green haven, is a vital refuge for Bengalureans seeking respite from the bustling urban life. Home to the State Library housed in the historic Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Hall, the park boasts a rich tapestry of fountains, statues, flowering trees, and lush greenery, and is oftened referred to as the 'lungs of Bengaluru'.