Green Avenue complains of drainage, road mess
Bypass ‘victims’ demand compensation
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 5: The residents of Green Avenue Sector I, Hyderpora have appealed the Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand to get probed, “improper drainage construction” in the area.
“Our life has become miserable due the erratic, irregular and slow work on the construction of drain, a ERA project,” said the President, Mohalla Committee Green Avenue Sector, Bashir Ahmed Shah.
He said the work has been going on for the last three years but is yet to be completed.
“We had brought this complaint to the notice of the ERA officials but to no avail,” said the Mohalla committee, General Secretary, Sheikh Mohi Ud Din.
“The work has abandoned the for the last fifteen days and road isn’t motorable. We have to keep the vehicles on the Airport road and walk on foot but that too inst without inconvenience as two persons fell in the uncovered drains,” the locals said.
They appealed the Deputy Chief Minister to look into the matter.
Despite repeated appeals the ERA officials couldn’t be contacted.
Meanwhile, the people living along Hyderpora bypass whose building structures were damaged due to ongoing construction of flyover there have appealed the government to give them compensation for the losses.
“We have been moving pillar to post but till now the compensation is awaited,” the locals said.
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