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“Old Bengaluru was a peaceful, green and charming city of lakes, gardens, and boulevards. New Bengaluru is a city of opportunities, growth, and prosperity. What I envisage is a prosperous city with gardens and lakes. We need opportunities, but not at the cost of happiness. We need growth, but not at the cost of health.”

– Kupendra Reddy

Over the years, Kupendra Reddy has witnessed the evolution of Bengaluru from being a quaint garden city and pensioner’s paradise to emerging as a mega city with a population of over ten million. As a true-blue Bengalurean, his endeavour is to play a part in ensuring that the city continues to grow, while at the same time, retaining the essence of what makes it special.

As the city continues its meteoric rise to become one of the most dynamic and important cities in India and the world, Kupendra Reddy believes that there is plenty of work to be done in terms of fixing traffic, water scarcity, garbage, and other issues to ensure that the city’s growth is sustainable.

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