The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday expressed its dissatisfaction with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) for not having executed the work order related to filling up of potholes in the city..A Division Bench of Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi and Justice SR Krishna Kumar directed the civic body to complete work in this regard within a period of 36 hours. "First you blame traffic, then you blame infrastructure, then the rains, for years together, and other agencies. What is left for you to blame, how many people will you go on passing the buck to? We just want the roads to be repaired and you are not getting the work started..." the Bench remarked. .The High Court was hearing a public interest litigation filed in 2015, highlighting the bad condition of roads in Bengaluru. During the last hearing, the Court had directed the BBMP and American Road Technology Limited to conduct a joint survey and come up with an action plan for repairing city roads..At previous hearings, the Court had come down heavily on the BBMP, directing the Chief Engineer of the BBMP to be present before it, and expressing its distress at the terrible condition of roads in the city..The matter is to be heard next on April 21.