Dwarka has been facing the problem of horticulture waste for a long time and SDMC has been a failure in managing it. Now with the directives and assurances by SDMC people, there is a hope that things will change soon.
The residents have also pointed out that the politicians are making such announcements because 2019 elections are getting close. They further stated that the politicians are only announcing projects but they are not mentioning timelines and deliverables.
As the solar policy, which allowed 30 per cent subsidy on solar panels and generation-base incentive of Rs 2 per unit, failed to take off, Centre plans to discontinue accepting applications from the residential sectors after June 30.