Corruption is prevalent in Bangalore real estate is one of the main reasons for tardy progress of infrastructure in the city. The politicians as well ea real state players such as mafias came together to grab vacant plots to construct Bangalore west property. Soon the real state dealers started making huge profit by developing complexes having 1 BHK flats in Bangalore West, or 2 BHK flats in Bangalore West, or may be 3 BHK flats in Bangalore West. The state government and civic body official also were involved in massive corruption as they gave to illegal approval to 1 BHK apartments in Bangalore West or 2 BHK apartments in Bangalore West and 3 BHK apartments in Bangalore West that gave rise to unplanned constructions all over city.
These unauthorized properties for sale in Bangalore west completely ravaged the drainage system, roads, storm water drains, etc.
The decay in the city has set in and just like cancer it will spread soon spread in the blood of remaining and unaffected areas fast. There is lack of morals and ethics all thanks to bribery system.
The tardiness of the system can be judged from the fact that a Bangalore West property needs to obtain clearance certificates from various different departments such as power connection, fire safety, sewerage, water supply, height (from the Airports Authority of India), etc. Various certificates from the BBMP and the BDA are also needed for the property to be approved. The fact that so many illegal unauthorized properties for sale in Bangalore west have come up shows how deep rooted the corruption is in this sector. Builders of 1 BHK flats in Bangalore West, or 2 BHK flats in Bangalore West and 3 BHK flats in Bangalore West, have been left untouched. However the owners of 1 BHK apartments in Bangalore West or 2 BHK apartments in Bangalore West and 3 BHK apartments in Bangalore West are facing the consequences of the demolition drive.
Owners of Bangalore West property also complain that the public complaints are another way to squeeze money by the civic authorities from the public.
The whole system has collapsed and it needs to be changed. The government too has woken up from the slumber and asked the authorities to demolish illegal properties for sale in Bangalore west. The public should also fight for the losses caused to them by the state government.
The government too should take responsibility for corruption in the system and make alternative arrangement for housing.