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Water Drainage Issue Escalates in Naini Maheva Region, Traffic Jam Ensues

Naini: Water drainage worries continue to plague the residents of Naini Maheva with the situation escalating to catastrophic proportions. While it started off with minor issues concerning drainage, things have become exceedingly difficult for the local residents. The likes of plastics, sewage and other entities keep floating on the water deposits as the infrastructure isn’t strong enough to facilitate drainage. With stagnancy caused by the waste products, issues related to hygiene are constantly showing up, at regular intervals.

In protest to that, the locals have blocked the traffic in Maheva and resorted to something called the ‘Chakka Jaam’. To pacify the situation, many authoritative individuals have come to the rescue of the local authority. CO and SDM have visited the region and are currently inspecting the water drainage systems. Our correspondents are constantly patrolling the area and it seems this showcase of contempt from the locals have compelled the authorities to take some steps.

About Ashutosh Srivastava

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Ashutosh completed his schooling from Allahabad, Moradabad and Bareily. Later he took admission in Allahabad University where he entered student union politics. After completing his graduation in 1998, he had gone to Amrit Prabhat’s office with his father’s friend where the Editor asked him to make news out of a press release. Ashutosh was new and obviously made some mistakes. However, his writing style impressed the editor. Ashutosh accepted the offer and entered journalism. Later he joined United Bharat and then never looked back. He worked as sub editor in Dainik Jagran from 2003 to 2007 and then worked for Amar Ujala. Later, he again joined Jagran as a chief reporter and is now working with Our Platforms.

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