Pune : Dumping garbage irks Sinhagad Road society residents; demand action from PMC 

Pune : Dumping garbage irks Sinhagad Road society residents; demand action from PMC

Pune : Dumping garbage irks Sinhagad Road society residents; demand action from PMC

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Residents of Sun Enclave society, which is in Anand Nagar area of Sinhagad Road, in Pune are irked by the everyday dumping of garbage & debris near the society.

Speaking to Pune Pulse exclusively, Aditya Kudale, a resident of Sun Enclave, Sinhagad Road said, “Debris is getting dumped nearby our society. I had asked the PMC to remove this from here. People keep dumping garbage here. Hence, it has become such a spot where people, assuming it to be a garbage spot, keep dumping garbage & debris. Along with this, several workers of nearby construction sites keep coming & urinating in that area. This area is right next to our society. This is very disturbing for the people in the society. Whenever anyone passes from the area, it becomes very disturbing & annoying to witness this. Pigs, stray dogs, etc come frequently to this area. Several residents have complained about it to the PMC but no action has been taken.”

Amol Khare, a resident of Sun Enclave, Sinhagad Road said, “The area has become a common dumping ground. Several times, four-wheelers come & dump mattresses and similar types of garbage. The area is near Mutha River. Strict monitoring must be there for this. However, there is no vigilance from the authorities. Due to garbage dumping, other people think that this is a spot for a bio break. So, people also come here for this very reason as well. Something permanent must be done about this as this is complete damage to the environment. Due to garbage dumping, bio break, etc, pigs & dogs keep coming, making it unsafe for people. Having such kinds of things in a city is absolutely not acceptable.”

Vyankatesh Kumbhare, resident of Sun Enclave, Sinhagad Road said, “Since around 1 year, garbage & debris dumping is going on with people also making it a spot for bio break. Firstly, there was construction debris dumped here on which garbage started getting dumped & now it has become a garbage dumping spot. There is no action from the PMC for this as they only pick up partial garbage from there but a permanent or concrete solution hasn’t been implemented.”

Sandip Khalate, Assistant Municipal Commissioner, PMC Sinhagad Road Ward Office said, “Our officers will go & check the spot & take relevant action.”

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