Aligarh News – In the rain, the ramshackle and Girasu buildings became worrying

Girashu Bhawan on Gara Road. conversation
– Photo: CITY OFFICE

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Deepak Sharma
The congressional leader expressed concern about the dilapidated and dilapidated buildings in Aligarh following incessant rains and landslides in Mumbai. Congress chairman Thakur Gajendra Singh wrote a letter to the city administration demanding that the necessary measures be taken with regard to the residents of the Girasu buildings.
Persistent drizzle and rain exposes the people who live in and around these buildings to danger. It’s worth noting that the Municipal Corporation in the city of Aligarh has identified more than 180 dilapidated and dilapidated buildings. However, the city society argues that most buildings will be challenged in court so they can’t do more than a limit.
Here is the Girasu Bhawan
There are derelict and dilapidated buildings in Kot, Kanwari Ganj, Baniya Pada, Hathi Pul, Sarai Sultani, Sarai Intejam Ali, Madar Gate, Sarafa Market, Mamu Bhanja, Railway Road, Sarai Hakim, etc., above the city.
A few days ago there was an explosion in the dilapidated building at Madar Gate.
Some dilapidated buildings are those that no one lives in. Such buildings can collapse at any time. There are also anti-social elements. Recently there was an explosion in such a dilapidated building in the Madar Gate area. It was believed that an anti-social element was causing this mischief.
In light of the possibility of heavy rainfall, the Municipal Corporation has converted the accommodations on Gular Road, Gandhi Park and Bhujpura into emergency shelters. In which instructions were given to provide all necessary facilities including shelter, security and drinking water for the resting people.
– Prem Ranjan Singh, municipal commissioner

Deepak Sharma

The congressional leader expressed concern about the dilapidated and dilapidated buildings in Aligarh following incessant rains and landslides in Mumbai. Congress chairman Thakur Gajendra Singh wrote a letter to the city administration demanding that the necessary measures be taken with regard to the residents of the Girasu buildings.

Persistent drizzle and rain exposes the people who live in and around these buildings to danger. It’s worth noting that the Municipal Corporation in the city of Aligarh has identified more than 180 dilapidated and dilapidated buildings. However, the city society argues that most buildings will be challenged in court so they can’t do more than a limit.

Here is the Girasu Bhawan

There are derelict and dilapidated buildings in Kot, Kanwari Ganj, Baniya Pada, Hathi Pul, Sarai Sultani, Sarai Intejam Ali, Madar Gate, Sarafa Market, Mamu Bhanja, Railway Road, Sarai Hakim, etc., above the city.

A few days ago there was an explosion in the dilapidated building at Madar Gate.

Some dilapidated buildings are those that no one lives in. Such buildings can collapse at any time. There are also anti-social elements. Recently there was an explosion in such a dilapidated building in the Madar Gate area. It was believed that an anti-social element was causing this mischief.

In light of the possibility of heavy rainfall, the Municipal Corporation has converted the accommodations on Gular Road, Gandhi Park and Bhujpura into emergency shelters. In which instructions were given to provide all necessary facilities including shelter, security and drinking water for the resting people.

– Prem Ranjan Singh, municipal commissioner

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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