The pillar in perspective. See the next column having two supports.
If the previous support was for banking, then this pillar should not have two supports of different heights.
The Concrete blocks are not of the same width through the stretch. The single support column under a thinner slab.
The pillars differ in sizes from one to the next. This perspective is of the bridge running at the same level (supposed to be) but the pillar sizes differ.
Again Single support. Weight distribution is questionable.
Banking is wrong! Exact opposite. Yellow is just to indicate the correct tilt/banking. This is the section that’s next to the one that collapsed. (this pic was taken before it was erected – see iron columns)
<ul><li>ITS NOT A DISASTER. -- IT’S A BLUNDER CAUSED BY SEVERAL CONTRACTERS, ENGINEERS, BUILDERS, LABOURERS AND NEVER THE LESS… A CONTRACT AGENCY. THE GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL WHO SANCTIONED THEM THE CONTRACT – THE GOVT OFFICIAL WHO EXAMINED THE PROGRESS OF THE FLYOVER REGULARLY. IT MAY BE HUMANE TO ERR. BUT IT IS INHUMAN TO IGNORE THEM REMEMBER FRIENDS – ILLEGAL EXCHANGE OF ONE RUPEE CAN COST TOO MANY LIVES – SAVE INDIA – ITS OURS. </li></ul>