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Delegation of Krishna Nagar mohalla meets MP Er Gulam Ali Khatana to address critical safety concerns
6/23/2024 9:38:15 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 23: A delegation from Krishna Nagar Mohalla today met with Er. Gulam Ali Khatana, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, at his official residence to discuss an urgent issue impacting the safety and well-being of the residents of Krishna Nagar, Jammu. The delegation brought to his attention the deteriorating condition of a very old Sanitary Drainage Nullah, whose side walls are severely damaged and washed away. This critical infrastructure issue poses a significant threat to the lives and properties of the residents living nearby, especially with the impending monsoon season.
The members of the delegation highlighted that the compromised state of the Nullah's walls has created a perilous situation where the residential houses situated around it are at risk of sinking. The upcoming monsoon season could exacerbate this danger, potentially leading to disastrous consequences for the community.
Er. Gulam Ali Khatana gave a patient hearing to the concerns raised by the delegation, which included Advocate Pushvinder Singh, Dev Raj Verma, Surjeet Singh Chib, Tilak Raj Verma, Ajeet Kumar, Er. Vinod Saini, Balbir Kumar, Jang Kumar Chadda, Bhisham Singh, Jatinder Kour, Sheetal Takur, G S Thakur, Mahinder Kumar, Rakshit Kumar, Shiv Kumar, and several other notable residents of Krishna Nagar.
During the meeting, the delegation provided a detailed representation of the issue, including the potential hazards and the urgent need for remedial action. They emphasized the critical nature of the situation, given the upcoming monsoon season, which could further deteriorate the Nullah and endanger the lives of those residing in its vicinity.
In response, Er. Gulam Ali Khatana assured the delegation of his full support in addressing this pressing issue. He expressed his deep concern for the safety of the residents and acknowledged the urgency of the matter. Er. Khatana immediately forwarded the representation of the delegation to the Commissioner of the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), requesting swift and decisive action to mitigate the risks posed by the dilapidated Nullah.
"I understand the gravity of the situation and the potential danger it poses to the residents of Krishna Nagar," said Er. Khatana. "Ensuring the safety and well-being of the citizens is of utmost priority. I have forwarded the representation to the Commissioner, JMC, and will personally follow up to ensure that the necessary repairs and reinforcements are carried out promptly."
The delegation expressed their gratitude to Er. Gulam Ali Khatana for his prompt attention and assurance of support. They remain hopeful that with the intervention of the MP and the proactive measures from the JMC, the issue will be resolved at the earliest, thereby safeguarding the lives and properties of the residents of Krishna Nagar.
The community members have been advised to stay vigilant and report any further deterioration of the Nullah to the authorities immediately. The collaboration between the residents, the MP, and the JMC is expected to result in a timely and effective resolution to this critical issue.
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