Scorching rain revealed the community’s need for cleanliness

The Mohallas in two to three hours of rain, two to three feet of water filled the markets
Problems moving people due to submerged markets and main streets
Lakhimpur Kheri The pouring rains, which occurred on Thursday evening and until 11 a.m. on Friday morning, exposed the sanitary requirements of the community. Two to three hours of rain left two to three feet of water in most of the city’s mohallas, markets, and streets. Waterlogging resulted in people being locked in houses. This is when the local government, in curfew, claims they have proper cleanliness in the city.
Despite the pursuit of cleanliness, the city’s cleanliness system is in vain. The condition of the drains is even worse. Residents have to bear the brunt of keeping the drains clean during the rainy season. Only light feet fill many feet of water in the streets and markets. Some similar situations existed in the city from Thursday to Friday afternoon.
Due to heavy rains on Thursday evening and Friday morning, the city’s main street, including the street bus base, was flooded. Due to lack of drainage, Mohalla, New Colony, Shiv Colony, Rajgarh, etc. were submerged. The condition of the town of New Basti deteriorated due to the filling of three to four feet of water on the streets.
Millions spend every year on cleanliness with no effect
The community spends millions of rupees each year on the city’s plumbing system, which includes cleaning staff salaries and diesel for the vehicles involved in garbage collection. At the same time, every year before the rain, a tender of 25-30 lakhs is used separately for cleaning the bottom of the drains. Despite its state of cleanliness, the drainage channels, the drains say themselves. The reason for the waterlogging in the rain is the lack of cleanliness in the drains.
Particular attention is paid to the cleanliness of the city. In doing so, action is taken against those who did the best. Rain does not cause waterlogging, so the cleaning inspector was asked to have the drains cleaned under his supervision.
– Nirupama Bajpai, chairman of the town council
How much better the cleaning system. Its reality can be seen in the colony and mohallas. If the drains were properly cleaned, this situation would not have occurred today.
– Anju, Shiva colony
Drains are burned on normal days too. Cleanliness is only done in the name of cleanliness. The reality of the claims of the community showed the rain on Friday morning.
– Sunita Mishra, Shiva colony
The streets of the place are broken. Even on normal days, the streets are full of water. The local government claims cleanliness, but the reality can be seen in the Mohallas.
– Kalpana Shukla, Shivkoloni

The Mohallas in two to three hours of rain, two to three feet of water filled the markets

Problems moving people due to submerged markets and main streets

Lakhimpur Kheri The pouring rains, which occurred on Thursday evening and Friday morning until 11 a.m., exposed the sanitary requirements of the community. Two to three hours of rain left two to three feet of water in most of the city’s mohallas, markets, and streets. Waterlogging resulted in people being locked in houses. This is when the local government, in curfew, claims they have proper cleanliness in the city.

Despite the pursuit of cleanliness, the city’s cleanliness system is in vain. The condition of the drains is even worse. Residents have to bear the brunt of keeping the drains clean during the rainy season. Only light feet fill many feet of water in the streets and markets. Some similar situations existed in the city from Thursday to Friday afternoon.

Due to heavy rains on Thursday evening and Friday morning, the city’s main street, including the street bus base, was flooded. Due to lack of drainage, Mohalla, New Colony, Shiv Colony, Rajgarh, etc. were submerged. The condition of the town of New Basti deteriorated due to the filling of three to four feet of water on the streets.

Millions spend every year on cleanliness with no effect

The community spends millions of rupees each year on the city’s plumbing system, which includes cleaning staff salaries and diesel for the vehicles involved in garbage collection. At the same time, every year before the rain, a tender of 25-30 lakhs is used separately for cleaning the bottom of the drains. Despite its state of cleanliness, the drainage channels, the drains say themselves. The reason for the waterlogging in the rain is the lack of cleanliness in the drains.

Particular attention is paid to the cleanliness of the city. In doing so, action is taken against those who did the best. Rain does not cause waterlogging, so the cleaning inspector was asked to have the drains cleaned under his supervision.

– Nirupama Bajpai, chairman of the town council

How much better the cleaning system. Its reality can be seen in the colony and mohallas. If the drains were properly cleaned, this situation would not have occurred today.

– Anju, Shiva colony

Drains are burned on normal days too. Cleanliness is only done in the name of cleanliness. The reality of the claims of the community showed the rain on Friday morning.

– Sunita Mishra, Shiva colony

The streets of the place are broken. Even on normal days, the streets are full of water. The local government claims cleanliness, but the reality can be seen in the Mohallas.

– Kalpana Shukla, Shivkoloni

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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