Ludhiana, April 10
The Council of RTI Activists, an NGO, has complained to the Principal Secretary and Chief Vigilance Officer of the Department of Local Government against the ongoing interlocking tiles installation work from Passi Chowk to Sidhwan Canal on Pakhowal Road here.
A member of the NGO, Arvind Sharma, has alleged that the tiles are being installed in an improper manner. He alleged that no proper base was made for installation of interlocking tiles. Even the tiles were installed without leaving sufficient space around a few trees.
An official of the LIT has denied the allegations. Boota Ram, Trust Engineer, said, “A team was sent to the spot to inspect the work regarding installation of interlocking tiles on Pakhowal Road, Ludhiana. The work at the site was going on in right manner. The interlocking tiles are being installed in a proper way.”
He said the contractor was asked to leave 1 metre space around the trees for their growth. — TNS
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