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Gurugram: Green belt near Khushboo Chowk is now a dumping zone


GURUGRAM: The inexperienced belt along either side of a 2km stretch at the Gurugram-Faridabad street close to Khushboo Chowk is plagued by garbage.

Residents and inexperienced activists have alleged that regardless of taking the issue up with several MCG officials, nothing has been accomplished in the topic.

They stated authorities were hanging both public health and the environment at risk through failing to place a stop to the daily dumping of garbage along the street.

“We’ve raised the issue with MCG officials a large number of times. We additionally held a dharna over this factor. MCG fenced the world, but that eventually proved to be ineffectual,” stated Tariq Raza, RWA president of Silver Oak Apartments, which is situated in the vicinity of the street.

“I travel through this direction daily. Whether you name it Khushboo Chowk or the rest, it isn’t going to switch the situation, which is frequently deteriorating from dangerous to worse. I have posted photos of the rubbish at the Swachh Bharat website and despatched e-mails to several executive businesses, but haven’t gained any response,” stated Poonam Mehra, a commuter and resident of the close by DLF 3.

“I complained to the cops who sit at a police checkpost close by. How can they perhaps sit in a spot that stinks? Their response was once ‘This is not our work’. The street, flanked through garbage, leads to some extent paradoxically called Sunset Boulevard. The stretch is plagued by trash, an abandoned car, pigs, and males peeing in the open,” she added.


“Three years in the past, the stretch was once blank and plush with greenery. It was once well-liked by joggers and cyclists, who discovered a relaxed house in the city. Now, the 2km stretch is plagued by construction debris on either side. Despite police barricades close to Guru Dronacharya Metro station, trolleys and trucks dump garbage in the inexperienced belt instead of the designated dumping ground,” stated Vaishali Chandra Rana, a inexperienced activist.


“We have written a large number of letters and e-mails addressed to senior MCG officials. They informed me to click photos of waste dumping and document a police complaint. The MCG’s lackadaisical angle is plain from the truth that they don’t even bother popping out of their workplaces to look the gound fact,” Rana added.


An MCG reputable informed NewsTread that the company is going to deploy mobile waste treatment devices soon. “Mobile devices will deal with waste and recycle it at the spot from next month. As a ways as construction debris and trash is concerned, we can get that removed from the fairway belt. We are asking citizens at hand over waste handiest to Ecogreen and nobody else. Those who are indulging in unauthorised dumping might be challaned and fined,” the reputable stated.




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