Like every other city, Delhi too has multiple faces.
On one side, you see huge malls, luxury cars, clean roads - a sign of affluence.
In the same city, you have open drainage, potholes, people living on the road,..
Tilak Bridge is one of the Railway Stations in Delhi. It is near to New Delhi Railway station and is surrounded by RICH Delhi.
A glance at this station clearly shows that rich people are not using this mode of transport.
At 10.00 in the morning I see the following.
According to Census 2001, there are 1,943,476 houseless people in India. I am sure, there are many more. I am still searching for Census 2011 figures.
At least Railway stations can work as Shelter for few!
Or does it for MANY?