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Drains of Shimla city became dustbin: Most of the drains were not cleaned in the monsoon season; Water going on the streets

Drains of Shimla city became dustbin: Most of the drains were not cleaned in the monsoon season; Water going on the streets

About half the monsoon season has passed in Himachal. Most of the roads were submerged due to rain in Shimla. The major reason for this is the lack of cleaning the drains of the city. Before the commencement of the monsoon, the Municipal Corporation had said that cleaning of rainy drains is being done in the city and all the drains will be cleaned before the monsoon. Nevertheless, there are most of the drains in the city, in which the name of cleanliness has not yet been started. These drains have had garbage piles for several months. Which did not pay attention to the Municipal Corporation. Due to lack of cleanliness, garbage and silt have been frozen in it. Due to which the residents of the city have to face problems because after the rains, all the water gets stored in the streets and streets. People in the old bus stand, Ganj Bazaar, Middle Bazaar, Krishna Nagar in the city have the same problem that the same problem is that the drains of the drains Due to lack of cleanliness, rain water enters the houses. First of all, cleaning work should have been done in these places, but such an area is being kept for the end. Employees have been appointed for cleaning drains, but the speed of work is very slow. Nagar Nigam Additional Commissioner BR Sharma said that the cleaning of all drains in the city has almost been completed. The Municipal Corporation has settled work within the stipulated time. There has not been a single complaint related to the cleaning of drains in the city, but the work of cleaning the drains which are not clean will also be completed soon. All the drains will be cleaned in two days. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 6:31 am
Amitesh Kumar
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