Action – Echoes of street break-ins in the rain reach the capital, chief engineer came from Lucknow to investigate

Water Corporation Chief Engineer and Superintending Engineer conducting the investigation.
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Rae Bareli. The commissioning game running in the city as part of the AMRUT program has reached the government level. Jal Nigam’s chief engineer Sanjay Kumar Singh and superintending engineer Jitesh Kumar from Lucknow came here on Friday to check the road that washed away in the rain on Manika Road on Wednesday. Where the road was under water, three sites were dug and examined for three hours.
I was told that the soil was washed away at first sight because the runoff water was coming down the street. Because of this, the street was washed away. The chief engineer clearly stated that the investigation report would be presented to Jal Nigam’s general manager. Further action will then be taken.
The ongoing AMRUT program to alleviate the sewage problem for the city with a population of around two and a half lakhs was lost in commission. The deficiencies are discovered during the work carried out by circumventing the standards. This matter has also been raised earlier, but those responsible have suppressed it.
When the road collapses, the Jal Nigam officials try to save the work organization. Due to the rain on Wednesday, the road was built after sewage was poured from the Nehru Nagar railroad crossing on Manika Road and drowned in the rain.
After learning about the DM, there was excitement when the matter reached the government level. Anil Meena, managing director of Jal Nigam, formed a team of two and requested a report within 24 hours. Jal Nigam Chief Engineer and Superintending Engineer Jitesh Kumar arrived at Manika Road and investigated it. After the investigation, the team returned to Lucknow.
How did the water get out of the unusable old drain?
Sunny Singh, chief engineer of Rae Bareli Jalnigam, claims that the drain from which the water flowed under the street was occupied by the people of the nearby house. It was an old drain. It wasn’t used. However, there is a second drain next to the road for drainage. How did the water get under the street anyway? This is incomprehensible. The truth will only come to light before the investigation.
Street washed away in a hurry
Under the AMRUT program, works to lay sewer pipes in the city are being carried out for 90 billion rupees. First the streets were demolished. Then the sewer line was laid. The game will be played again while building the road. Roads have collapsed in many places. After laying the pipeline, earth and dust will not be properly pulverized. Only the streets are darkened with gravel. Its pole is now exposed. If it rains, the executing organization’s survey will be exposed even further.

Rae Bareli. The commissioning game running in the city as part of the AMRUT program has reached the government level. Jal Nigam’s chief engineer Sanjay Kumar Singh and superintending engineer Jitesh Kumar from Lucknow came here on Friday to check the road that washed away in the rain on Manika Road on Wednesday. Where the road was under water, three sites were dug and examined for three hours.

I was told that the soil was washed away at first sight because the runoff water was coming down the street. Because of this, the street was washed away. The chief engineer clearly stated that the investigation report would be presented to Jal Nigam’s general manager. Further action will then be taken.

The ongoing AMRUT program to alleviate the sewage problem for the city with a population of around two and a half lakhs was lost in commission. The deficiencies are discovered during the work carried out by circumventing the standards. This matter has also been raised earlier, but those responsible have suppressed it.

When the road collapses, the Jal Nigam officials try to save the work organization. Due to the rain on Wednesday, the road was built after sewage was poured from the Nehru Nagar railroad crossing on Manika Road and drowned in the rain.

After learning about the DM, there was excitement when the matter reached the government level. Anil Meena, managing director of Jal Nigam, formed a team of two and requested a report within 24 hours. Jal Nigam Chief Engineer and Superintending Engineer Jitesh Kumar reached Manika Road and investigated. After the investigation, the team returned to Lucknow.

How did the water get out of the unusable old drain?

Sunny Singh, chief engineer of Rae Bareli Jalnigam, claims that the drain from which the water flowed under the street was occupied by the people of the nearby house. It was an old drain. It wasn’t used. However, there is a second drain next to the road for drainage. How did the water get under the street anyway? This is incomprehensible. The truth will only come to light before the investigation.

Street washed away in a hurry

Under the AMRUT program, works to lay sewer pipes in the city are being carried out for 90 billion rupees. First the streets were demolished. Then the sewer line was laid. The game will be played again while building the road. Roads have collapsed in many places. After laying the pipeline, earth and dust will not be properly pulverized. Only the streets are darkened with gravel. Its pole is now exposed. If it rains, the executing organization’s survey will be exposed even further.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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