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Water leaking on Gurugram road

Water leaking on Gurugram road


Potable water is leaking from the main supply line of the Municipal Corporation on the service road near Indira Chowk in Sector 46 for the past couple of days. It has also resulted in waterlogging, which may turn this spot into a breeding ground for mosquitoes and lead to some health hazard. The Gurugram MC should get the pipeline repaired at the earliest to avoid daily wastage of thousands of litres of drinking water.

BS Lohchab, Sector 46, Gurugram


Clogged drain in Fatehpur Beri

Clogged drain and consequent waterlogging is causing inconvenience to residents and posing the risk of the outbreak of vector-borne diseases in Pheli Bharta Colony, Fatehpur Beri. Locals have already filed a complaint, but the authorities have not taken any remedial action. The civic body should get these drains cleaned as soon as possible to curb waterlogging.

Karan, Fatehpur Beri


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