Inefficient water supply and sewage disposal could be the likely fallout if a political candidate takes over as chairman of the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), fear employees.The State Government has planned to appoint a politician as chairman of the board even though no such provision exists in the rules governing BWSSB functioning, according to R. Ramanna, president of BWSSB Employees Association here on Wednesday.'Political interference could hamper the functioning of the board and result in low performance. Foreign agencies might hesitate to lend us funds,' said Mr. Ramanna."
Monday, March 26, 2007
The Hindu : Karnataka / Bangalore News : Politician as BWSSB chief opposed: "