Aligarh: the city has been razed … If you don’t play the trumpet before the monsoon, it will be difficult

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The monsoon will also call in July. What will be the situation of the city in the future? This can be measured by looking at the ruined roads of the city and the wells dug in the name of smart city work in various places. If your trumpets are not made before the monsoon, there can be a major accident in the rain.
Because the efforts of the municipal corporation are insufficient to deal with the fattening of water in the city. His stamp was seen in 45 minutes of rain on May 18th. On the Ramghat road, the pair of officers fell into the drain along with their shoulder. It was fortunate that both were not injured, but there could have been a major accident.
One cannot forget the incident of death that happened last year
Last year, a motorist drowned in Mahendra Nagar after a road dug for the sewer was filled with water. There was a commotion over this incident, the resentment of social organizations against the municipal administration became strange.
In case of rain, filling or safety measures are required
Architect Athar Parvez says development and construction are a good thing. But they always have security measures. But there is no such provision in the work that is done here. Somewhere the potholes are open and somewhere the roads are dug. Say there are deviations in some places. But there are no such signs here. People walk in this direction non-stop. In this case there is the possibility of an accident. Before the rains, those wells where there is more movement of people must be filled. Security measures must also be taken.
These alternative preparations are demanded from the Municipal Corporation
Municipal Corporation Commissioner Gaurang Rathi says Ramghat Road, Diwani, Gurdwara Sudamapuri, Bhujpura Bypass and Khair Road have been identified for 12 to 24 hours after the rain in the city. Apart from that, the Gayatri Palace and Gular Road have been signposted, which are full of water for 12 hours. During the rainy season preparations are being made for all these areas to have a short drainage.
Preparations are underway to install additional pump sets at some of these sites. The water from Ramghat Road is ready to be taken to Chandaniya Pokhar, which has been closed for a decade. High-capacity pumping systems are being installed in Chhara Adda. There the drainage under the railway track, which was closed for eight years, is beginning. Similarly, near the border gate the drainage under the railway track is beginning. There is a plan to expand it by building a decade-old sewer outside Diwani as well. So that water can drain from these areas shortly after rain.
The barricade will be made in the excavated areas, separators will be installed
Media assistant Ahsan Rab says people already have information about the areas where it is being built. Work is now being done on all these places where boards, barricades and dividers are also being installed. So that the movement of people in these areas remains closed and there are no problems during rainy days.

The monsoon will also call in July. What will be the situation of the city in the future? This can be measured by looking at the ruined roads of the city and the wells dug in the name of smart city work in various places. If your trumpets are not made before the monsoon, there can be a major accident in the rain.

Because the efforts of the municipal corporation are insufficient to deal with the fattening of water in the city. His stamp was seen in 45 minutes of rain on May 18th. On the Ramghat road, the pair of officers fell into the drain along with their shoulder. It was fortunate that both were not injured, but there could have been a major accident.

One cannot forget the incident of death that happened last year

Last year, a motorist drowned in Mahendra Nagar after a road dug for the sewer was filled with water. There was a commotion over this incident, the resentment of social organizations against the municipal administration became strange.

In case of rain, filling or safety measures are required

Architect Athar Parvez says development and construction are a good thing. But they always have security measures. But there is no such provision in the work that is done here. Somewhere the potholes are open and somewhere the roads are dug. Say there are deviations in some places. But there are no such signs here. People walk in this direction non-stop. In this case there is the possibility of an accident. Before the rains, those wells where there is more movement of people must be filled. Security measures must also be taken.

These alternative preparations are demanded from the Municipal Corporation

Municipal Corporation Commissioner Gaurang Rathi says Ramghat Road, Diwani, Gurdwara Sudamapuri, Bhujpura Bypass and Khair Road have been identified for 12 to 24 hours after the rain in the city. Apart from that, the Gayatri Palace and Gular Road have been signposted, which are full of water for 12 hours. During the rainy season preparations are being made so that all these areas have little drainage time.

Preparations are underway to install additional pump sets at some of these sites. The water from Ramghat Road is ready to be taken to Chandaniya Pokhar, which has been closed for a decade. High-capacity pumping systems are being installed in Chhara Adda. There the drainage under the railway track, which was closed for eight years, is beginning. Similarly, near the border gate the drainage under the railway track is beginning. There is a plan to expand it by building a decade-old sewer outside Diwani as well. So that water can drain from these areas shortly after rain.

The barricade will be made in the excavated areas, separators will be installed

Media assistant Ahsan Rab says people already have information about the areas where it is being built. Work is now being done on all these places where boards, barricades and dividers are also being installed. So that the movement of people in these areas remains closed and there are no problems during rainy days.

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