It seems the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority has turned a deaf ear to the problems.
Even as authorities in Gautam Buddh Nagar are taking frenetic initiatives to keep the district “cleaner and greener” with measures like a ban on single-use plastic, safaigiri (sanitation) among others, it seems all their efforts are going in vain.
The Greater Noida West area is continuously witnessing rapid environmental degradation. In the past week, CitySpidey has come across several environmental issues confronting the residents. But the authorities, whose job it is to find a solution to the problems of the residents, seem to have chosen to ignore them.
The way the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) is turning a blind eye to the serious issues raised by alert and concerned residents on Twitter their resolution seems far-fetched.
Untreated sewage water being disposed-off in the Hindon river, the culprits will be, at best, let off with a measly fine.
Trees planted by the GNIDA on the master green belt in Omricon-II being chopped off with impunity for farming.