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Munish Gupta asks government to deliver ‘justice’ at earliest
Residents of Ward 56 Sector 5 Gangyal crave for basic urban amenities
4/5/2020 9:37:01 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 5: Residents of ward number 56 Sector 5 in the Gangyal area have alleged that step-motherly treatment is being given to them and they are being denied of some of the basic facilities that the people of urban areas are entitled to.
Most of the residents while giving vent to their anger said that their ward has been left out of the fumigation process adding that no sanitization has been done in the area. They said that just few houses have been disinfected with the majority being left out of the whole process.
“When the whole world is fighting the Novel Corona Virus the concerned authorities are turning a blind eye towards out ward. No fumigation has taken place in the ward and the spraying of disinfectants has been limited to few. We are being subjected to action for the sins we never committed,” said the residents.
The residents lamented that no new drains have been constructed in the area and said that in absence of same the people are confronted with many problems. They said that drainage system needs to be upgraded so that the area does not present a shabby look.
“Drains are an important component in the urban infrastructure and they need to be developed in every area and colony. However, no up-gradation of the drainage network has taken place in our ward despite repeated requested to the concerned authorities,” said the residents.
The residents said that garbage lies in the ward and the same is not disposed off since the staff meant for the same is not in place. They said that since summer season has already set in the problems on this front are more than likely to swell.
“The sanitation staff that can carry out the sanitation or cleaning work in our ward has not been posted. It is due to this reason that the area presents a stingy look with the garbage and the other things lying scattered in our ward,” said the residents.
Munish Gupta, Editor in Chief, Early Times said that the government should step up and provide the people of ward number 56 sector 5 Gangyal all the basic facilities that the citizens are entitled to. He said that since Corona Virus is haunting the people fumigation should be done in the area without any favouritism.
Munish, who is going to contest the next assembly elections from Gandhi Nagar constituency as an independent said that it is the responsibility of people at helm to come to the relief and rescue of the common masses. He said that this should be done at the earliest because justice delayed is justice denied.
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