On track?

Following the report in Bangalore Metblogs last week by yours truly and the accruing overwhelming public/reader response, BMRC has finally decided to shake itself out of its self-induced stupor and in getting on with the job.

‘Nuff said, guys, that was a little leg pulling. *He He*

But the BMRC has taken an apparent step forward – that of advertising in the media for what it calls ‘pre-qualification’ of suppliers – whatever that means. Surely, this is a process/project driven step but for some reason, it sounds like there’s going to be more time involved – will there be a ‘pre-qualification’, ‘qualification’ and ‘post-qualification’??


Boy, as we all know, something is of the essence here and no, its not vanilla. Hopefully, their action will not result in a lemon either. Imagine a scenario where no contractor is found eligible/qualified enough. And with traffic growing by heaps & out-of-bounds, we simply do not have time.

So to use a topical quote here from a hero – Lets roll, BMRC!

Namma Metro is truly missed, madly needed and deeply wanted else this garden city citizens are gonna turn savage, what with all the road rage!


1 Comment so far

  1. silkboard (unregistered) on September 22nd, 2006 @ 10:55 am

    Good observation Ravi. So you too look for more than just the news in the newspapers. I try that as well ( “step to decongest Bangalore”)

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