Tribune News Service
Rohtak, July 16
The delay within the laying of sewer and water pipelines in Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s ancestral Nindana village in Rohtak district is posing an issue to its residents.
A majority of the streets within the village below Mohammadpur and Khas panchayats have been dug up however the pipeline-laying work has remained stalled for previous a number of months. Villagers are going through hardship as they’re being pressured to park their autos distant from their homes.
“My son, a bank employee in Sonepat, used to go to his workplace in his car but now he is compelled to use a motorbike to commute,” stated Ramphal Kaushik, a villager.
Indrawati, one other villager, stated there was additionally the hazard of tripping for the ladies carrying veil and carrying heavy load on their heads. “We have demanded the repair of the streets but no one is paying any heed,” she claimed. Jaswant, Mohammadpur sarpanch, stated the non-availability of labour as a result of Covid disaster was the rationale behind the gradual tempo of labor.
The contractor, Kulbeer, nonetheless, expressed his incapacity to renew work due to scarcity of labour and funds. “I started the work in January and the government was to make payment in March but the payment of around Rs 2 crore is lying stuck due to the pandemic.”
Akash Hooda, Junior Engineer (Public Health), stated he had lately been transferred to the district, therefore didn’t full details about the challenge.
Located 30 km from the district headquarters, Nindana village has a inhabitants of greater than 15,000.
A tough experience
- The water pipeline-laying work in Nindana village has been held up for a number of months
- Villagers are pressured to park their autos away from their homes
- The contractor has expressed incapacity to renew work because of scarcity of labour and funds