Prepare for Notifying Landowners for Water Discharge – Prepare for Notifying Landowners for Water Discharge

Rafrozabad! After the rain, the situation of waterlogging in the new population of Anand Nagar in Jhalkari Nagar
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Firozabad. People bought land in newly populated areas. After the border wall, the building was not erected. These plots have become a problem for people in the area during the rains. Because with the accumulation of rainwater in these plots there is a risk of spreading diseases. In this context, the city administration has started to issue notifications to the plant owners.
The newly populated areas were flooded in heavy rains on Tuesday and Wednesday. The municipal utilities used pumping machines to transport the water from the streets to the houses, but the properties are still ponds. While the water poured into the plots weakens the foundations of the houses built in the neighborhood, there is a risk of infectious diseases spreading.
The plots around Nagla Pachia, Kakruu Kothi, Shripal Colony, Momin Nagar, Chhapariya, Durgesh Nagar and Urdu Nagar are filled with water. In these areas, people bought the property and left after it cleared its border hair but made no provision for drainage. In this regard, the city administration officials have prepared to mark the property owners and provide instructions so that the water poured into the property can be drained.
The plots from which no water could be drained and the landowner is not making provision for water drainage. They are marked and notices are issued so that the people in the area do not have any problems.
Vijay Kumar Nagar, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation

Firozabad. People bought land in newly populated areas. After the border wall, the building was not erected. These plots have become a problem for people in the area during the rains. Because with the accumulation of rainwater in these plots there is a risk of spreading diseases. In this context, the city administration has started to issue notifications to the plant owners.

The newly populated areas were flooded in heavy rains on Tuesday and Wednesday. The municipal utilities used pumping machines to transport the water from the streets to the houses, but the properties are still ponds. While the water poured into the plots weakens the foundations of the houses built in the neighborhood, there is a risk of infectious diseases spreading.

The plots around Nagla Pachia, Kakruu Kothi, Shripal Colony, Momin Nagar, Chhapariya, Durgesh Nagar and Urdu Nagar are filled with water. In these areas, people bought the property and left after it cleared its border hair but made no provision for drainage. In this regard, the city administration officials have prepared to mark the property owners and provide instructions so that the water poured into the property can be drained.

The plots from which no water could be drained and the landowner is not making provision for water drainage. They are marked and notices are issued so that the people in the area do not have any problems.

Vijay Kumar Nagar, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation

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