Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress, A request to the Municipal Commissioner of Chandrapur city to solve various problems in the Bagad Khidki area of Bhanpeth ward under the leadership of Mo.Kader Sheikh Secretary of Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress
1) Drain (drainage) in Bagad Khidki area of Bhanapet ward is in very poor condition. For the last few years no one has come to inspect and maintain the drain. The drainage in front of the houses of Noori Chowk, resident Azim Sheikh, Majid Sheikh, Zakir Sheikh, Javed Sheikh, Jahangir Baig and Nazir Sheikh of Bagad Khidki area drain has been completely broken due to the negligence of the Municipal Corporation and corporators. Sulfurous water spreads from the drain. As a result, the residents of the area are facing many health related diseases. There is a humble request from the citizens of Baghdad Khidki Area. That the drain be made immediately by the Mahanagarpalika.
2) There is a big water problem in Chandrapur city. Citizens have to suffer a lot for water. The tap connection is very low, especially in the Bagad Khidki area where the hand pump (boring) installed by the Mahanagarpalika is in a broken closed situation. You are requested to get the defective hand pump (boring) repaired as soon as possible.
3) Street lights should be provided on electric poles in the Bagad khidki ward area. The densely populated Bagad khidki area is in the city center. The lack of street lights in the area has led to theft, illegal trade. The goons are seen roaming the area. You are requested to fear illegal trade and anti-social elements in the area. As soon as night falls, there is darkness in the area. Therefore, anti-social elements are taking advantage of darkness in this area. An atmosphere of insecurity and fear has spread among the people in the area. The people of the area are demanding that they take immediate steps on this issue and provide street lights as soon as.
The Municipal Commissioner requested by the delegation of Youth Congress under the leadership of Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress Secretary, Kadar Sheikh, Monu Ramteke, Prakash deshbhartar, Azim Sheikh, Javed Sheikh, Majid Sheikh, Salman Pathan, Shakir Sheikh, Gaurav Amte, Prateek Dubey.