People looking for development in Govardhan, people are looking for new-colony: problems caused by waterlogging on the raw path in the rain, children, elders fall and get injured

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People looking for development in Govardhan, people are looking for new-colony: problems caused by waterlogging on the raw path in the rain, children, elders fall and get injured
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People of Govardhan Nagar Panchayat area of ​​Mathura are looking for development works. The road of Naveen Colony, built near Nagla in Sehu located in Saukh Adda, is in a bad shape. People living here are looking for development. Even after the completion of 5 years of the Nagar Panchayat elections, no development work was done in this colony. The people of Colony are still facing problems. During the rainy days, the position of the colony becomes worse. Local people complained to the Nagar Panchayat President several times but nothing was found except assurance. Chairman Khemchandra Sharma reached the colony and saw the situation but did not work. The chairman has twice inspected the colony, the residents of Kiayahan have purchased the debris of old bricks at private expenses. After this, mud has been relieved to get out. However, the situation is still very bad. People said that the routes made are being broken and rebuilt. However, this road was not built even once. Colony resident Manju Gautam said that no work was done by the Nagar Panchayat in the Naveen Colony for the last 5 years. While the Speaker has inspected the colony twice. Despite this, no work was done. Due to waterlogging, there is difficulty in getting out. Children and elders have fallen and injured Bhagwat Prasad Goswami said that the colony has a population of around 1500. The colony has been settled for years. Neither firm ways were made in this colony. Nor is there any proper arrangement for the drainage of dirty water. Complaint was made several times to the present Nagar Panchayat President Khemchandra Sharma. He also inspected the colony, but did not do any work. Colony residents are forced to get out of the waterlogging path. School children and elderly have been injured several times. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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