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The Great Divide Picture of Powai goes Viral on Social Media

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The pic has been taken by Pranshu Dubey of PixelDo.com

15 years back a gentle man called Mr Goenka told me that this is a bubble. I did not quite understand what he meant. But that statement stuck in my head.

This WhatsApp forward picture which seems to be taken from a drone or a helicopter has gone viral. It seems like the Mumbai’s consciousness is finally waking up to the inequalities and starkness of the city.

Some Reactions on Twitter

Those buildings by Hiranandani are on land reserved for low-cost housing. https://t.co/3qAa8jRzNp
— naresh fernandes (@tajmahalfoxtrot) August 31, 2018

the rift between rich and poor in India…sad https://t.co/xjGHg6ejh3
— Priyanshu Kumar (@ipriyanshukumar) August 31, 2018

And many of those buildings built on this side of the divide have been built on land bought at subsidised rates reserved for low-cost housing. https://t.co/9NhIJXoUJg
— Arif Attar عارِف (@medullaoblon) August 31, 2018

“A decent provision for the poor is the true test of civilisation.” Samuel Johnson https://t.co/V3xr1oethG
— A〽️ar (@Arsene__Knows) August 31, 2018

“A decent provision for the poor is the true test of civilisation.” Samuel Johnson https://t.co/V3xr1oethG
— A〽️ar (@Arsene__Knows) August 31, 2018

Says a lot about the apathy of city that never sleeps. https://t.co/03Mn3uMvVD
— juhinotchawla (@juhi_tulip) August 31, 2018

Illegal vs Legal https://t.co/EGUoY3y8Qb
— P. M. (@DHONDUBA_) August 31, 2018

Wonder how much of Powai’s property was built by, possibly, encroaching the hills. https://t.co/5JVRQ3hZ1r
— Shashikant Kore (@kshashi) August 31, 2018

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One Comment

  1. Ankush Agarwal

    September 4, 2018 at 1:47 pm

    The pic has been taken by Pranshu Dubey of PixelDo.com

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