A Mumbai resident named Mahesh Jarode took to Twitter to share a picture of a major pothole near the local train station Bandra West, Mumbai, causing inconvenience to commuters. Sharing the picture, Mahesh, tagged the official Twitter handle of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in his tweet and requested them to immediately take the required action to repair the potholes. Replying within record time of 7 minutes, BMC clarified that the said picture isn’t a pothole but a 3-D art made by a very popular artist. BMC then closed the complaint saying it’s an attack on artistic freedom and filed a case against the complainant Mahesh Jarode.
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