In our last report on Ajnara Le Garden, we highlighted the issue of the dug up roads in front of Ajnara le garden society. In the aftermath of the Winter monsoon in the capital, the misery of the residents has only
Walking on the road in front of Ajnara Le Garden has become a potential health and life risk for residents of the society. The dug up area at various places between the society entrance and shopping complex near it
have now become filled with rainwater making it a breeding ground for disease-causing insects. Moreover, construction debris on the road and mud has made it more slippery than ever.
While talking to residents and shop owners of the complex near Ajnara Le Garden, CitySpidey came across a slew of problems faced by residents. The dug up roads are creating sanitation issues, alienating the elderly
completely from entering the complex, and affecting the business of shop owners.
Parul Aneja, a resident of Ajnara le garden and owner of a toy shop in the complex says, "It is very risky and we all are facing problems every day. Recently, a lady who lost balance fell into a puddle on the road. All residents have become prone to diseases due to this waterlogging. Besides that, customers are afraid of coming to our shops because of these problems, affecting the market footfall."
Saurabh Shukla, a resident of Victory 1 Amara, who came to the complex for a walk with his family and some street treats found it inconvenient to walk with his wife and baby. Upon being asked his views on the deplorable state of the road, said, "Why will I risk my family's life, this is the last time I am visiting this place. I will not come here again."
Sunil Kumar, resident and shopkeeper of aata chakki and Grocery while talking about the condition of the road says, "As a result of these water-filled potholes, our loading vehicles are also unable to reach us. We are facing dust, mosquitoes and rodents that are destroying our grains. Customers are afraid of falling. The elderly are unable to walk on the shaking structure that the authorities have kept as a bridge between shops and the road. We are waiting for authorities to turn up and solve these problems."
CitySpidey has constantly been trying to contact the Noida Authority to get an update on this issue but the phone numbers are unreachable. We will update the story once we get a reply.