Sunday , December 4 2016

Water problem in Lakshmipathi Nagar

Lakshmipathi Nagar Colony is facing a serious water impurity issue. Vijayawada Municipal Corporation has failed to provide the basic important facilities like the  underground drain system along with a drinking water provision.

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lakshmipathi nagar colony.

Along with this, they are also facing a garbage dumping issue with the  trees grown heavily.

Vijayawada: Lakshmipathi Nagar Colony is facing a serious water impurity issue. Vijayawada Municipal Corporation has failed to provide the basic important facilities like the  underground drain system along with a drinking water provision. Along with this, they are also facing garbage dumping issue with trees grown heavily.

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Residents of Lakshmi-path Nagar colony in the city are facing severe problems due to the lack of underground drainage. Moreover, in the rainy season, it would be very difficult to live in the area as the water overflows on the roads and gets stagnated, explained V. Sudhakar, a resident in the area.

The waste thrown away by the locals on vacant lands in the colony has also become a source for the mosquito breeding, observed A. Hari Gopal, a resident of the colony.

He said that the local residents must stop throwing waste on the roads and the vacant lands which in turn is entering into the houses because of the wind.

“The groundwater was not so clean &had impurities, which is being very problematic for the drinking water and we are scared of epidemic diseases because of these impurities,” said M. Janaki, a housewife.

The Lakshmipathi Nagar Colony has only one main road verged on either side by Bapuji Nagar and J.D. Nagar and it has a lot of greenery to keen interest evinced by residents and their welfare association once. But now it looks like a forest with dust and garbage.

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