Agreement given in June to fix 54km of roads, however 98% paintings nonetheless now not completed | Gurgaon Information newsfragment

GURGAON: Citizens of Sushant Lok 2 and three have expressed unhappiness over the not on time paintings to recarpet interior roads. They complained that the paintings has been stalled for 3 weeks now. Maximum roads within the section had been laid round a decade in the past through the developer and and not using a ordinary upkeep over time, they mentioned. Commuting for over 10,000 households residing there may be tricky, they mentioned.
MCG allocated the paintings for recarpeting those roads in June for an estimated price of Rs 9.3 crore. The paintings began in September, however next laying 1km of street, the contractor prevented it halfway. Pawan Yadav, RWA president of Sushant Lok 2 and three, mentioned the colonies have a street community of round 54km however up to now only a kilometre has been laid.
“The little work completed is also shoddy and has poor workmanship. Now, they will make excuses of poor air quality, construction ban, unfavourable weather for road construction, which would only prolong our suffering. This is utter mismanagement with no supervision of work being carried out by the contractor,” the RWA president added.
Damaged roads within the colonies have additionally annoyed mud air pollution. Sunil Nirwani, a resident, mentioned, “Our colony was taken over by MCG in June last year but since then, there has been no significant progress when it comes to civic infrastructure. Unpaved roads are a major contributor of dust pollution, but the civic authorities are not bothered to address the problem,” he mentioned.
A senior reputable of MCG mentioned paintings has been stalled however they’re looking to unravel the subject. “We are in conversation with the contractor as there are some payment related issues, which we are trying to resolve,” the reputable mentioned.

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