Spread of Dengue, Chikungunya, Malaria, etc. is on the rise in Bhopal. More than 54 cases of Zika were reported in a span of two months in the city few months ago. Recently, more than 34 cases of Dengue, 13 cases of Chikungunya, 12 cases of malaria have been reported. Vector-borne diseases account for more than 17% of all infectious diseases. Over-spraying of vector control chemicals leads to harmful environmental consequences that in turn affect especially infants, the elderly and pregnant women. In some cases, the fogging and chemical spray makes a mosquito immune to vector control too. As responsible citizens we should be careful about water logging in nearby areas as it acts as the breeding site for malaria mosquitos. Bhopal smart city invites your views and suggestions to address the growing problems related to increase in number of mosquito related diseases and control of mosquito population/vector within the city of Bhopal.