Greater Noida: Residents of the Nirala Greenshire, a residential society in Sector 2, Greater Noida West have raised an issue of waterlogging in their under-construction swimming pool of the society.
They shares a tweet, “@OfficialGNIDA @CMOfficeUP @myogioffice @myogiadityanath निराला ग्रीनशायर का निर्माणाधीन स्विमिंग पूल पिछले 2 महीने से डेंगू चिकनगुनिया के मच्छरों का आश्रय बना हुआ है इस निर्माणाधीन स्विमिंग पूल के सराउंडिंग 8 टावर में लोग रहते हैं. (sic)”
@OfficialGNIDA @CMOfficeUP @myogioffice @myogiadityanath— NiralaGreenshireResidents (@NiralaResidents) September 10, 2021
निराला ग्रीनशायर का निर्माणाधीन स्विमिंग पूल पिछले 2 महीने से डेंगू चिकनगुनिया के मच्छरों का आश्रय बना हुआ है इस निर्माणाधीन स्विमिंग पूल के सराउंडिंग 8 टावर में लोग रहते हैं pic.twitter.com/QzCd9pVE1x
According to the residents, for the last one month, the condition of the swimming pool is the same. The rainwater is logged and the stagnant water will contribute to mosquito breeding, which puts them at risk of diseases like dengue, malaria, etc.
Kapil Khare, a resident of the society said, “Our society is under construction and during the monsoon season, the rainwater was logged in swimming pools which causes the disease like dengue or malaria. We have been complaining many times but no one has listened to us.”
Another resident, Ankit Porwal said, “We have six operating towers and the rest of society is under construction, including a swimming pool. The rainwater was accumulated in the swimming pool and it’s been more than a month and we are complaining regularly about this but there is no one to resolve this issue.”
CitySpidey also talked with the builder, Rakesh Mahajan, he said, “The site is under construction. By the end of the week, the swimming pool will be cleaned. We already took safety precautions on this.”