Pune: Supriya Sule, Member of Parliament met residents of Eternal Exotica Society in Undri to address the problems faced by them.
As per the information, issues like water supply, drainage problems, waste management, traffic management and safety on roads were discussed. During the meeting, they requested to install speed breakers, rumbler strips and appropriate road signs to deter speeding vehicles. They also emphasized the need for resolving drainage issues and ensuring a clean drinking water supply in society. The residents also requested to increase police patrolling in the area. Sule assured that the issues will be addressed at the earliest.
Rashmi Tiwari Das, Secretary of Exotica co-operative housing society, Mayank Gupta, Chairman, Pooja Sikcchi Wasekar, Treasurer, Sudarshan Tembhurnikar, Committee Member and Sakina Khan were present in the meeting.
Sachin Ghule, Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and other party members were also present in the meeting.
Secretary Rashmi Tiwari expressed their collective concerns, highlighting the pressing matters related to water supply, drainage infrastructure, and overall development in the area. The residents requested increased police patrolling, the installation of speed breakers, and an overall focus on cleanliness.
Ghule, representing Undri, explained that Sule’s visit to societies within her constituency is part of her regular efforts to understand and address community issues. “ Sule’s visit is aimed to comprehend the problems faced by the area and engage with the residents directly,” he said.
The meeting served as a platform for residents to express their concerns directly to the MP, fostering hope for prompt resolutions and positive change in Undri.