Ludhiana, February 22
Days after the Punjab Colonisers and Property Dealers’ Association raised questions over the MC’s drive for recovery of sharing charges and snapping “irregular” sewer connections of some colonies, a committee of the MC conducted a meeting to discuss the matter today. The committee members have recommended that sharing/connectivity charges should be collected from the GLADA for the colonies that are located outside MC’s jurisdiction. The committee is headed by councillor Jai Prakash and councillors including Mamta Ashu, Sarabjit Sigh Laddi, Om Prakash Ratra, Sunny Bhalla among others are members of the committee. — TNS
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