12 lakhs spent cleaning the drain, waterlogging problem persists

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Rampur Manihara. Claims by the Nagar Panchayat to clean the drains to free city dwellers from waterlogging during the rainy season turn out to be in the air. Although 12 lakh rupees have been spent cleaning the drains of the treasury, there is no relief from waterlogging. The Nagar Panchayat accuses the intruders of hiding their shortcomings. Whatever the reason, but due to waterlogging on the streets of the city, it becomes clear that in the name of cleaning the drains, the state treasury was cleaned, but the drains were not completely cleaned. The townspeople have to wear most of it during the rainy season.
Anil Jain says that as soon as it rains lightly in the back market of town, waterlogging occurs. Drains – Drains are not cleaned properly. Drainages should be free from interference.
– Pradeep Gupta says the drains that were built on both sides of Dehli Road have now been breached by PWD during the highway construction. If it rains now in such a situation, ponds will form on both sides of Dehlistraße.
Aman Kumar says that due to waterlogging in Mohalla Gangaram Valmiki Basti, people are being forced to be locked in their homes.
These are the main drains
1.Islamnagar Road from Idgah to the Rampuri Drain.
2. Bypass Road to Idgah from Block Colony.
3. From Chowk to Kali Bhairav ​​from Thakur.
4.Thakur to Kallarpur Road
5. From the bus station to the platform on Deoband Road.
6. Municipal bridge to Mohalla Shivpuri.
7. Mohalla up to Idgah.
8.Ambedkar Chowk to Old Octroi.
— Execution
Nagar Panchayat Executive Officer RC Maurya says the drain cleaning is almost complete. It is estimated to cost up to 12 lakhs. If waterlogging occurs during the rainy season, preparations have been made to deal with it.

Rampur Manihara. Claims by the Nagar Panchayat to clean the drains to free city dwellers from waterlogging during the rainy season turn out to be in the air. Although 12 lakh rupees have been spent cleaning the drains of the treasury, there is no relief from waterlogging. The Nagar Panchayat accuses the intruders of hiding their shortcomings. Whatever the reason, but due to waterlogging on the streets of the city, it becomes clear that in the name of cleaning the drains, the state treasury was cleaned, but the drains were not completely cleaned. On rainy days, townspeople have to bear the brunt of the burden.

Anil Jain says that as soon as it rains lightly in the back market of town, waterlogging occurs. Drains – Drains are not cleaned properly. Drainages should be free from interference.

– Pradeep Gupta says the drains that were built on both sides of Dehli Road have now been breached by PWD during the highway construction. If it rains now in such a situation, ponds will form on both sides of Dehlistraße.

Aman Kumar says that due to waterlogging in Mohalla Gangaram Valmiki Basti, people are being forced to be locked in their homes.

These are the main drains

1.Islamnagar Road from Idgah to the Rampuri Drain.

2. Bypass Road to Idgah from Block Colony.

3. From Chowk to Kali Bhairav ​​from Thakur.

4.Thakur to Kallarpur Road

5. From the bus station to the platform on Deoband Road.

6. Municipal bridge to Mohalla Shivpuri.

7. Mohalla up to Idgah.

8.Ambedkar Chowk to Old Octroi.

— Execution

Nagar Panchayat Executive Officer RC Maurya says the drain cleaning is almost complete. It is estimated to cost up to 12 lakhs. If waterlogging occurs during the rainy season, preparations have been made to deal with it.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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