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Departments asked to submit report on Third gate visual concept and traffic management plan

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A video which is a visual concept for a Bridge and traffic management at Third Gate Tilakwadi Belagavi has gone Viral on Social media after we shared it and each one is appreciating the work done by Mohsin Tahsildar, who is a professional video animator.

Mohsin was then called by MP Suresh Angadi at a review meeting in which he presented his plan to the officers and he was asked to submit in writing to the Deputy Commissioner.

Now the Deputy Commissioner’s office has asked 5 departments namely Belagavi Smart City Ltd, Commissioner of Police Belagavi, Chief Engineer(Construction) SWR, Commissioner, City Corporation Belagavi, PWD to submit their feasibility report about the same.

Mohsin on his own submitted the letter to the DC and now he has been issued this new letter in which all the departments will have to submit their reports.

3rdgateSpeaking to AAB, Mohsin said, I have prepared copies of the plan and will submit to the departments when I am called. I am doing this for the love of my city, and this is not my individual project. Hope the administration also understands this and all the departments will co-ordinate and co-operate with me.


The sad part is this concept which is really noteworthy will be only in digital media as in reality the RoB planned will be just a cross over RoB from this side of the gate to the other with no connections to Congress road or elsewhere.

This video shows the exact way how a Smart city should be planned and projects such as these will only make it smart.

Now it is up to the departments to come forward and check the feasibility of the same. Mohsin is not an architect or town planner but his experience in making visual concepts, he has studied and made this visualization.

Mohsin added that he will submit the letter personally to all the departments to make the process faster.

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