Saviour Greenisle: Residents complain difficulties in negotiating bad roads

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Saviour Greenisle: Residents complain difficulties in negotiating bad roads

Residents have also protested many times but no positive results have come up

Saviour Greenisle: Residents complain difficulties in negotiating bad roads

Ghaziabad: Thousands of residents of Saviour Greenisle, Crossings Republik, Ghaziabad are forced to walk on the damaged road. According to the residents, even after demanding for many years, the main road of the society has not been constructed. Residents have also protested many times but no positive results have come up.

They also said that all the roads of crossings have been constructed but the main road of Saviour Greenisle is still not constructed. After light rain also, the potholes turn into a pond, two-wheeler drivers fall and get injured every day, said residents of the society.

However, commuters using the road regularly said that they have raised the matter with authorities and written to them, but in vain. Such indifference led to major issues for commuters and residents of Saviour Greenisle.

CitySpidey talked to some residents of Saviour Greenisle to know the situation in detail. Praveen Anttal, a resident of the society, said, “Till the Mahagun cut, the road is fine and after that, it's hell. The people of the society are facing problems for the last many years that complaints are being made to the Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited officials but there is no hearing, due to which residents have to walk on these dangerous roads.”

“Road coming from Crossings Republik roundabout to Saviour Greenisle but the road has been developed till Mahagun Montage,” said Manoj Thakur, a resident of Saviour Greenisle.

“During rains, the situation becomes even worse as rainwater gets filled in the potholes which is sadly the main road of Saviour Green Isle Society. It becomes difficult to come out these days. There are very deep potholes in the road, after rainwater remains in the pit for many days. Also on rainy days, the road leading to the society becomes invisible,” said Deepak Chaudhary, a resident of the society.