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Monday, 11 January 2021

Rs 9.6 cr tender floated to resolve waterlogging issue in Ambala

BQ: 10-months deadline

The tender has been floated with a provision to complete the project within 10 months. The project will be a relief to the residents of Baldev Nagar, Jaggi Colony and other areas along the national highway. Dinesh Gaba, public health department executive engineer

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Tribune News Service

Ambala, January 10

To resolve the issue of waterlogging in Ambala City, a 2,815-m long pipeline will be laid from Banuri Naka to near the Ghaggar river at a cost of Rs 9.6 crore. A tender has also been floated for the project.

Several areas of Ambala City get waterlogged during rainy days. Ambala City MLA Aseem Goel said, "People of Ambala City had been facing a lot of trouble due to waterlogging. Due to overflowing drains, water used to enter the houses and even disturb the vehicular movement on the highways. To check the problem, a demand to construct a drain from Banuri Naka to near Ghaggar river was raised before the Chief Minister. The project was cleared and a tender has been floated."

Sharing the details, Public Health Department Executive Engineer Dinesh Gaba said, "To drain out rainwater 2,815-m long pipeline will be laid. The tender has been floated with a provision to complete the project within 10 months. In this project, 900-mm pipes will be laid so that rainwater can be drained out easily. The project will be a relief to the residents of Baldev Nagar, Jaggi Colony and other areas along the national highway."



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