Ward 38 Residents Seek Removal of Water Encroachment in Channel

Residents in Ward 38 and other areas (including several colonies) have complained to the State government asking from the removal of encroachment from the water channel.

The residents have been complaining for several years that the channel width had been reduced due to encroachment, but the reduction in the channel’s width to about five feet had prevented the flow of sewage, especially beneath the culvert that was on Lal Bahadur Road, which connected the area with Gopal Nagar. This caused lots of sewage backups and the city a lot of money.

The residents’ welfare association member Palanisamy said that the channel that used to carry water from FCI warehouse locality in Ganapathy had come under encroachment over a period of time with the residents building compound walls and erecting other structures.

Now, the Revenue Department said that they were looking into the issue and would initiate further action. The ward Councillor Mr. Rajendran said that by January 15, the civic body would undertake the UGD works and thereafter repair the roads, for there was no point in laying the roads and then taking up the UGD works.

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