Mohali civic body says preparation for rain in full swing

Mohali Municipal Company (MC) has claimed that every one preparations have been made for the approaching monsoon season and the employees has been placed on alert to take care of any emergency. The MC has additionally deputed 4 pump units in case of waterlogging in low mendacity areas.

The opposition, nevertheless, trashed the claims and termed the preparations ‘insufficient’.

The MC has additionally mentioned that the 175-km lengthy drainage line which had been laid for discharging water has been made useful, and there are not any blockages.

MC’s Government Engineer Harpreet Singh instructed The Indian Specific that the N-choe has been cleaned, whereas the work of cleansing inner roads and storm pipeline has additionally been accomplished.

“We’ve stationed our 4 pump units in Part I, Part 3B-2, Part 11 and Part VII, the pumps will extract water in case there may be waterlogging in any of those areas. At the least two pump units have additionally been stored on standby. We’ve made all of the preparations for the monsoon season, in order that we don’t face any points,” he added.

Deputy Mayor Kuljeet Singh Bedi mentioned that work of cleansing inner roads is occurring in some areas and the MC will full the cleansing and the opposite monsoon-related works by June 30.

“The MC had spent round Rs 70 lakh on cleansing work. We don’t want the residents to face the difficulty of waterlogging, cleansing the inner roads, N-choe and the storm water pipelines are our prime focus forward of monsoon. For this, we had made advance preparations,” mentioned Bedi.

The opposition, on the opposite aspect, had mentioned that the MC has didn’t correctly clear town and in case of heavy monsoon, the residents should bear the brunt.

Opposition councillor Sukhdev Singh Patwari mentioned that there are nonetheless some areas the place cleansing of roads and berms is required.

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