Indian NGO installs terrifying "anaconda" in pothole to draw attention towards city's poor situation
The massive fixture - that took two days to make - was placed on the streets on Sunday. As anticipated, the anaconda did attract a lot of attention and sparked meaningful debates among the citizens. The experiment also garnered a lot of social media attention as well, where people offered their suggestions on how the problems can be tackled.
"There has been an overwhelming demand for anacondas and people are giving locations across the city for such installations," said Sridhar Pabbisetty, the CEO of NBF organisation.
The organisation is now soon planning to install a "manhole" to bring everyone's attention towards yet another problem.
Earlier few others had installed a crocodile on a big pothole to draw public attention towards deprived situation of the city.
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