DM’s Instructions Neglect, Water Gathering


Water filled in empty plot located in Chandmari
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Lalitpur. Due to the chaos in the district, diseases have started spreading. From the city to the rural areas, people of dengue and scrub typhus are being found due to water logging in some places. At the same time, the responsible are not paying attention to this. The surprising thing is that DM Annavi Dinesh Kumar is giving the guidelines regarding cleanliness in the meeting of the Kovid Core Committee every day, but the officials are not following them either.
In a week, one corona infected, six dengue and two scrub typhus patients have been found in the district. Even after this he was not responsible. Constant orders are being given by the government administration regarding mosquito-borne and other serious diseases. In these, instructions are being given by the District Magistrate in daily meetings to the subordinates for cleaning campaign and spraying of medicines in water logging to prevent diseases, but the reality remains something else. Here, not only the village, the city is also not untouched by water logging and dirt.
In many localities, the problem of water logging has made it difficult for vehicles to walk even on foot. Here the water has become muddy. In such a situation, people are getting upset due to the dirt and water logging lying around. The long-running water logging has made it difficult for people to come out. Mosquitoes are also flourishing due to filth and water logging and people are getting worried about the patients of various diseases getting continuously. Even after this the responsible officials remained silent.
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Rain water is full in these localities
Mohalla Azadpura, Ramnagar, Pisnari, Chandmari, Opposite ITI, Haridila, Ghusayana, many unpaved streets of Nehru Nagar, Jugpura, Rawatayana, near Panari canal are waterlogged in many areas in the city. Drains are clogged along the main road. Rain water accumulated in the potholes of the road is increasing the risk of diseases.

Lalitpur. Due to the chaos in the district, diseases have started spreading. From the city to the rural areas, some cases of dengue and scrub typhus are being found due to filth and waterlogging. At the same time, the responsible are not paying attention to this. The surprising thing is that DM Annavi Dinesh Kumar is giving the guidelines regarding cleanliness in the meeting of the Kovid Core Committee every day, but the officials are not following them either.

In a week, one corona infected, six dengue and two scrub typhus patients have been found in the district. Even after this he was not responsible. Constant orders are being given by the government administration regarding mosquito-borne and other serious diseases. In these, instructions are being given by the District Magistrate in daily meetings to the subordinates for cleaning campaign and spraying of medicines in water logging to prevent diseases, but the reality remains something else. Here, not only the village, the city is also not untouched by water logging and dirt.

In many localities, the problem of water logging has made it difficult for vehicles to walk even on foot. The water has turned mud here. In such a situation, people are getting upset due to the dirt and water logging lying around. The long-running water logging has made it difficult for people to come out. Mosquitoes are also flourishing due to filth and water logging and people are getting worried about the patients of various diseases getting continuously. Even after this the responsible officials remained silent.

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Rain water is full in these localities

Mohalla Azadpura, Ramnagar, Pisnari, Chandmari, Opposite ITI, Haridila, Ghusayana, many unpaved streets of Nehru Nagar, Jugpura, Rawatayana, near Panari canal are waterlogged in many areas in the city. Drains are clogged along the main road. Rain water accumulated in the potholes of the road is increasing the risk of diseases.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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