Greater Noida West: Gaursons, the builder of Gaur City, got the road carpeting work started on May 17, 2022, from midnight onwards. The residents nearby have taken a sigh of relief as the ongoing construction had become a nuisance for them.
आज जब गौर सिटी 2 के रोड पर काम शुरू हुआ तो कुछ क्रेडिट जीवी फोटो खींच कर अपना हक जता रहे हैं।— ऐश्वर्यम निवासी ग्रेनो (@aishwaryamgreno) May 18, 2022
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Last week, residents of Aishwaryam were complaining that the roads were broken and filled with bitumen powder. Bitumen was lying on the road for a long time and due to this vehicles had to cross the bitumen. This resulted in dust clouds entering the houses. One was not able to stand on the balcony and the house had to be mopped again and again.
Residents say that they are facing breathing issues since then. Elderlies were affected and school going kids were also coming in contact with the clouds of the finest dust and bitumen.
This road is in front of premium societies like the Divyansh Flora, VVIP Homes, 12th Avenue, Pristine Avenue, Casa Woodstock, 11th Galaxy, North Avenue 2 and White Orchid. After the recarpeting work of the road, there are mixed reactions from the residents. While some are happy that the work has started, some say this development comes too late.
GC2, a group of volunteers from Gaur City assisted the construction process. "Our duty was to stop any and every vehicle from entering the newly constructed road. We were vigilant till 4 am. We are happy that the recarpeting has started with the efforts of residents and volunteers."
"We wanted roads, but not at the cost of our health. This is not a mohalla, where we should be at the mercy of authorities. Even after paying a sum of 5000 Rupees per month, we are forced to live like this. The last 10 days were hell and if the work has started now, what is there to feel happy?" says a resident on the condition of anonymity.