Just what is ailing the city of Bengaluru?
What can the citizens of Bengaluru do about it?
Why are Bengalureans unhappy with the Karnataka government’s stance on RERA?
What are the solutions to Bengaluru’s water woes?
Why is the most local level of politics most important, and why is it the most neglected?
Why should Pakistan be declared a terror state and what has he done about it?
All these, and more questions, answered by member of Parliament, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, in this conversation with Swarajya.
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