If threats could cure, then Karnataka's capital would be a town-planner's delight, instead of the metropolitan mess that it is. Azim Premji, head of Wipro Corporation, has threatened to pull out the company's operations from the city if its infrastructure does not improve. This is not the first time that the it industry has tried to dictate the city's infrastructure agenda. Two years back, similar complaints from Premji had forced the S M Krishna-led Congress government to set up a task force. However, nothing came of it. The current state government too has so far remained lukewarm to the it industry's demands.
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