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    SHANKAR LINGEGOWDA
COMMISSIONER BBMP WILL FACE A
 LOKAYUKTA CASE OR CONTEMPT
    OF COURT PROCEEDINGS
FOR ALLOTING SHOPS IN PASSAGE VIOLATING COURT ORDERS IN RESPECT OF SKR MARKET




By : M.S.Yatnatti Bangalore
Shri Shankarlingegowda the commissioner BBMP will face contempt of court proceedings as he has violated high
court orders .BBMP is lawless body. BBMP has no respect for rule of law. The allotment of shop in passage is illegal as
court interim stay order directing BBMP not to make further allotments in upper basement in WP 2604-2607/2011 Dated 03-06-2011
is n force , will Shri Shankarlingegowda the commissioner BBMP cancel allotment of shop in upper basement passage and
uphold rule of law ? why BBMP is constructing and allotting the upper basements shops in City Market complex, despite BBMP
has given undertaking to honourable high court many times in the past that it will not alter the original plan and also to honourable
high court interim stay order directing not to make further allotments in upper basement in WP 2604-2607/2011 Dated 03-06-2011
Despite the representations given to Shri Shankarlingegowda the commissioner BBMP enclosing the court orders by
flower vendor of SKR Market Anil Kumar (9902525824) and its association members and president a illegal shop
has been built in passage who claims that BBMP has allotted him shop in passage and he himself has constructed the
shop on Friday in thick of night with active connivance of BBMP Officials and police to whom already a complaint
was filed by Anil Kumar. The chairman of the Standing Committee for Markets, M Roopa Ramesh,is said to have
illegally allotted this shop without any tender process and allotting a shop without tender process is legal and need o
be scrapped . Shri Shankarlingegowda the commissioner BBMP has a great opportunity to modernize the historic K
R Market and allot several hundred shops in upper floors by organizing escalators and heavy duty lifts and good
eclectic systems and aircondioning of shops and 24/7 Facility management systems with use of information
technology as organized retails which is is most successful area of marketing today..”Being the IT hub of India,
Bangalore has got a truly cosmopolitan culture, atmosphere and vibrancy. With the growing and shinning economy of
India, Bengaluru Pete (Kannada: ಬ ೆಂಗಳೂರು ಪ ೇಟ ) which was established by Kempegowda I (c. 1510–1570) in 1537
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with roads laid in cardinal directions, with entrance gates at the end of each road is an integral part of the present day
Bangalore city (Bengaluru Mahanagara Kannada: ಬ ೆಂಗಳೂರು ಮಹಾನಗರ) and has three taluks namely, Anekal,
Bangalore North and Bangalore South. Kemepgowda also called the Pete he built as his "gandu bhoomi" or "Land of
Heroes". Pete (Kannada: Market centre) forms a well–defined body of markets which were associated with various
trades and professions of the populace in the locality markets and given the names of trades pursued in such markets.
The well known markets are the Tharagupete–market for grains, the Balepete – for Bangles and musical instruments,
the Chikkapete and the Nagarthpete for textile trade, the Ballapurpete and the Ganigarapete market where oil is
extracted by people of the Ganiga community, the Tigalarapete–flower market of gardeners, the Cubbonpete – textile
manufacture by people of the Devanga community.Bangalore, place for the highest paid young Indians, has grown up
substantially in last few years. Everywhere you would see the sign of economical boom. Pubs, restaurants, world class shopping malls
are being developed keeping the pace with economical boom. But Bangalore has its own Indian charm in its old city. City Market is such
a place with all the elements backpackers would love to enjoy. Being one of the oldest markets in Bangalore, City market got the
vibrancy of its own. Even though it fails to compete with the growing shopping malls here and there, still the livelihood and life in city
market is commendable. City Market has been named as K R Market after the name of Mysore king Maharaj Krishnaraja Wodeyar
IV.This market is more than a century old and still so colorful and vibrant.

The activities start there at dusk, much before the sun rise. One would hear the hue and busy-ness inside the market place at the early
hours. Wholesalers, retailers, day-today business everything go in its highest pace. It is truly an experience being there at that time. I bet
none of the shopping mall can have this kind of vibrancy and color and lives. Flower Market inside it is the best portion of the market
and at its best at the dusk. Being a wholesale market, one buyer can get the minimum rates on flowers there than anywhere in Bangalore.
Flower vendors come here from outside of Bangalore at night and the business starts at the time when the "early city" edition of a
newspaper is being published. Business goes as usual in a very high pace everyday. One who wants to see the ocean of colorful flowers
must watch this extravaganza from the top. It will make you spell bound.Locally known as City Market, KR Market, is a century old,
and is one of the oldest wholesale markets in Bangalore. Tightly packed with mass selling and buying almost everything from flowers to
vegetables, fruits/dry fruits and anything in the world you might use in your daily lives, This market in Chickpet area of
Bangalore, wakes up as early as 5 to 6 AM, and soon while the dawn breaks, you can find the riots of colors scattered around all over the
streets, and with that increases the hustle-bustle of the traffic, which could be consisting of anything from overwhelmed people, to
peddlers to rickshaws and thelas to our modern days vehicles fitted with heavy horse-engine-power. BANGALORE: Krishna Rajendra
Market is one of the biggest vegetable markets in the city but the filth and unhygienic conditions make visitors think twice before buying
from there.The Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) constructed a new building more than a decade ago but it’s second and
third floors are vacant till today.Recently, more than 10 shops have come up illegally at a vacant plot at the market.Flower and vegetable
sellers are ready to do business from the second and third floors of the building but the BBMP officials are yet to take a
decision.Ventilation trouble:There is plenty of space at K R Market for vendors but the BBMP has given permission to set up shops at
the spaces left for ventilation.In violation of court stay orders.Vendors at K R Market claimed that six months ago, there were four illegal
flower shops at KR Market and now, six more have come up.When the standing committee inspected the market in November, the
flower vendors were brought to their notice but no action was taken.There is also a rule that no shops be built at the open spaces left for
ventilation but 10 shops came up at these places overnight.Also, the BBMP allotted the shops and numbered them according to floors,
like if a shop was in the basement, the number would be B 1, or if the shop was on the ground floor, the number will be G1. But there are
shops in the market like 337 A, B, C, D, and 256 A, B, C, D, and 233 A, B


Why not use the other floors?
A shopkeeper at KR Market, said: “There are two floors that are vacant for the past 14 years. Earlier, there were few vendors and so the
palike had closed them but now there are hundreds of vendors and they can give away the shops.” If the BBMP gave the top two floors to
vendors, the market would be more spacious and people will be able to walk freely, said one of the vendors .
ONLY SOLUTION: The chairman of the Standing Committee for Markets, M Roopa Ramesh, has missed a great
opportunity to modernize the historic K R Market and allot several hundred shops in upper floors by organizing
escalators and heavy duty lifts and good eclectic systems and aircondioning of shops and 24/7 Facility management
systems with use of information technology as organized retails which is is most successful area of marketing
today..”Being the IT hub of India, Bangalore has got a truly cosmopolitan culture, atmosphere and vibrancy.Will Shri
Shankarlingegowda the commissioner BBMP modernize the historic K R Market?.



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