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Nilachal Flyover: Just hours after inauguration, ‘Vipers’ spit gutka, throw ‘beer’ bottles; netizens say, shame on such visitors

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Inauguration and Celebrations: The Joyous Unveiling of Nilachal Flyover


The sun had barely set on the grand inauguration of the Nilachal Flyover in Guwahati when an unfortunate twist cast a shadow over the celebratory atmosphere. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma had just unveiled the 2.6-kilometer-long engineering marvel, a significant step towards modern connectivity for Assam. But what followed next was a disheartening testament to the lack of civic responsibility as the freshly adorned flyover became a canvas for thoughtless acts.

The Unfortunate Aftermath of Civic Negligence

Amidst the excited crowd that had gathered on the flyover on the eve of its inauguration, the promise of a new era in transportation hung thick in the air. People gazed at the illuminated decorations, reveling in the joyous occasion that marked a significant stride for the city. The festivities extended well past midnight as the city’s denizens soaked in the glow of this new architectural wonder.

However, the vibrant celebrations soon gave way to an unfortunate reality. As the sun rose and cast its light on the flyover, the exuberant decorations stood in stark contrast to the unsightly stains that now marred its surface. ‘Paan stains’ and tobacco spits dotted the structure, tarnishing its aesthetic appeal. It was a visual representation of the struggle to nurture a sense of civic consciousness among the masses.

But the impact didn’t stop at mere stains. Empty liquor bottles discovered at a corner raised eyebrows and questions about what had transpired in the wake of the inauguration. Reports even emerged of flower pots, thoughtfully placed to enhance the bridge’s appearance, being taken away by individuals, emphasizing a disturbing disregard for public property.

The incident prompted reflection on the broader challenge of instilling civic responsibility within the public. Despite Chief Minister Sarma’s impassioned plea for cleanliness during the inauguration, this incident seemed to underscore the uphill battle in fostering a collective sense of ownership and pride in public assets. The Nilachal Flyover, which stood as a testament to engineering brilliance and artistic aesthetics, had been meticulously adorned with murals portraying wildlife and traditional motifs – an endeavor that had come at a substantial cost of Rs. 420.75 crore.

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A Call to Cultivate Civic Consciousness: Nurturing Respect for Public Assets

The incident is a sobering reminder that infrastructure development, while vital, is only part of the equation. The true potential of such projects is unlocked when a society collectively nurtures and protects these assets. As Guwahati propels itself into the future, the challenge lies in fostering a culture of respect and responsibility, where each citizen recognizes their role in preserving the beauty and functionality of the city’s modern structures.

This incident serves as a call to action – an opportunity for introspection and a renewed commitment to cultivating civic consciousness. As cities evolve, it’s essential for its citizens to evolve as well, embracing a sense of pride that extends beyond celebrations and ceremonies. With visionary projects like the Nilachal Flyover shaping the city’s landscape, it’s imperative for its residents to step up as custodians of its progress, ensuring that future celebrations are marked not only by excitement but also by a sense of shared responsibility for the city’s growth.

The incident of negligence following the inauguration of the Nilachal Flyover in Guwahati reflects a lost sense of civic responsibility. Despite the grand celebrations and the bridge’s significance, thoughtless acts like paan stains, disappearing flower pots, and empty liquor bottles tarnish the city’s potential progress. It’s a stark reminder that public infrastructure’s true value is realized when citizens collectively safeguard and respect these assets, fostering a culture of civic consciousness.

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