Since the government has changed hands do you think there will be an improvement in the infrastructure of Mumbai city?
Suraj Dalvi, 30
IT sector, Mumbai
The poll results of BMC have shown that people want change and since the BJP has emerged as the second largest party, I hope they will leave no stone unturned to fulfil promises made by them. Also I feel Sena has got a last chance to prove their mettle.
Ankoor Anvekar, 24
Software Tester, Thane
It was a tough poll-fight in BMC this time and rather a major blow to Shiv Sena. This has proved that people are shifting towards BJP. Be it any political party, end of the day what really matters is the work they do for the common people like us. The city's infrastructure needs a revamp and I am hoping for a positive change.
Godfrey Pimenta, 57
The infrastructure projects in the city were planned in the regime of earlier government but the approvals for the same have been expedited by present government even if it means compromising on the environmental front.
Mayuresh Bhadsavle, 32
Urban Development practitioner, Thane.
Ideally there should be a change since many promises were given in the manifesto. We want more of sanitation treatment plants, open spaces, affordable health services in the city. Government priorities are roads and Metros. Given this there could be more infra projects in the city but hardly any qualitative change.
Tushar Bhamre, 30
Corporate Communication, Kalyan.
If we are talking only about infrastructure then the city is in good hands. The Union and State government are bringing good infrastructure projects and international projects and international funds to develop our cities. National Elections are in 2 years so government need to implement things fast.