Bhiwandi, A City Known For Textile Industry, Filled With Bad Roads; No Action On Complaints

The Logical Indian Crew Maharashtra

October 25th, 2017 / 5:48 PM

Source: Nikesh Jain

A post sent by one of our community members highlights the bad condition of roads in Bhiwandi, a city in the Thane district of Maharashtra. Bhiwandi is an industrial area known for its textile industry, has the largest number of Power looms in the country.


Posted by Nikesh Jain on Wednesday, October 18, 2017


One of the residents of Bhiwandi has started a petition demanding better roads and garbage collection system. The petition says ”We residence of Bhiwandi city are all tierd of filth, bad, smell and uneven roads. After many complains we see No action is in progress; It is difficult to travel in the city even for a short distance for work or shopping. The available transport system is only Rickshaw, which dances throughout journey. The result is back pain, and joint pain in body. People travelling suffer most due to practically no roads, in the city. No proper system of garbage dumping, and collection, no cleaning of running Nalas.”



Bhiwandi's sad truth.Waste of precious time and energy and productivity. All industrial hubs should be on fast track…

Posted by Nikesh Jain on Wednesday, October 18, 2017


The Logical Indian requests community members to request authority to make the roads better. An industrial town in such a bad condition reflects bad on us and also citizens have to suffer.


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