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Monday, 21 December 2020

Overflowing sewer troubles traders

Tribune News Service

Panchkula, December 20

Parties have no right to seek votes from us, say traders in the Industrial Area.

"The sewerage system in the Industrial Area, Phase 2, is in a dreadful condition. A particular stretch of road has literally turned into a pool of dirty water due to the overflowing sewage water. Can't we even expect civic amenities after paying taxes? If this is the condition right before the Municipal Corporation elections, when parties just want to woo voters, imagine the plight otherwise," said Sandeep Dewan, owner of Caretaker Maruti Service Zone

in the Industrial Area Phase 2. The problem is grave in Harmilap Nagar.

Another dealer Rohit said they had occupied a showroom a month ago but the problem of drainage was giving them a tough time already. "The stink emanating from the overflowing sewage water trouble not only traders but passers-by too." he said.

MC Commissioner RK Singh couldn't be contacted for comments.

Independent candidate addresses gathering

Panchkula: Benu Rao, an Independent candidate from Ward No. 3, addressed a gathering in Sector 7 here on Sunday as part of her election campaign for the Panchkula MC elections. Benu Rao began her address by showing her election symbol, 'Shankh', and a raising a slogan, "hamara ek hi nara hai, vikas ka shankh bajana hai". In her address, she stressed upon the need for addressing the issues that have befallen Ward No. 3 and Sector 7 in particular. — TNS

from The Tribune

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