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Chief Minister hears public grievances in Charkhi Dadri

March 13, 2023 04:59 PM

Chandigarh:  Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, while listening to the grievances during a Jan Samvad programme at Charkhi Dadri today, directed the officials to provide 50 to 55 liters of water per person per day through tankers in Samaspur village.


Samaspur village sarpanch, Neetu, had complained about water drainage and non-availability of drinking water supply during the programme. On this, the officials apprised the Chief Minister that regular water supply will be made available in one and a half years.


Meanwhile, on the complaint put forth by municipal councilor, Gandhi Nagar, regarding the drainage of contaminated water; the Chief Minister directed the officials to make temporary arrangements to drain the water. He instructed the Superintending Engineer, Public Health Engineering Department, to ensure proper drainage of water at Gandhi Nagar colony within a week.


The Chief Minister was apprised by the executive engineer, Public Health Department, that the line has been laid from Samaspur STP to Bhakra Head; but the NGT has not given permission to drain water into Bhindawas Lake. On this, the Chief Minister said that water up to 10 BOD quality can be pumped into the lake by setting up a water treatment plant. He instructed the officials for an immediate action in this regard.


Similarly, on a complaint related to removal of 132 KV power line, the Chief Minister said that this line should be elevated by installing monopoles. He said that buildings should not be constructed under high voltage wires. During the programme, the matter related to sewage cleaning was also placed, on which the Chief Minister instructed the officials to place the super sucker machine in Dadri for two months.


Apart from this, Ekta Kalyan Samiti, Ramnagar village, raised the issue of regularization of Ramnagar Vihar Colony. On the orders of the Chief Minister, the municipal council’s executive officer assured action in this matter within a week. On the demand of the colony residents regarding widening of the road., the Chief Minister instructed the officials to take appropriate action in the matter.


In another grievance, Murarilal, a resident of Ranila village, requested to waive off the water bill, stating that there was no water supply at his house, but still he received a bill for the same. On this, the Chief Minister said that the department is entitled to collect the bill only when the water is supplied. Apart from this, the Chief Minister ordered action within a week on the allotment of plots; demarcated 42 years ago by the Municipal Reform Board in Dadri city.




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