These get dumped in front of societies and markets across various sectors of the area and the civic authorities concerned are not at all bothered to dispose of it in a planned manner.
It has become a common sight near Ashirwad Apartments (Sector 12), where I reside and other societies located in Sector 4, 5 and 11.
Though workers of the authority concerned carried out cleaning work of a drain on May 6, they did not think of managing the debris and silt. As a result, huge heaps are still lying there in front of several societies and market areas, making the vicinity look filthy. Moreover, monsoon is approaching. As a result, these deposits will again choke the drains and aggravate the situation. It has been a regular affair for the past several years but no proper arrangements have been made so far by the department concerned to solve this issue.
Well, it is a sheer mockery of 'Swacch Bharat Mission' which stresses the idea of keeping our areas and surroundings clean. The onus lies on the civic agencies concerned to take the matter into their concern and act promptly.
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