Pune News : PPCR urges RWA’s to come forward to fight against the visual pollution created by unauthorised hoardings

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Pune : Illegal hoardings and flexes mushrooming across the city have become a major concern for residents and associations alike. To address this issue, the Pune Platform for Collaborative Response Foundation (PPCR) has created templates in English and Marathi for Resident Welfare Associations, Housing Societies Associations, and Committees, as well as for individual residents to appeal for the removal of these illegal hoardings.

The templates, which can be signed and mailed to [email protected] or sent via WhatsApp to +91-70301-52828, will be presented to the city’s political leadership to request a quick solution to the issue. The foundation is urging citizens to share the templates extensively to ensure maximum participation and support.

The proliferation of illegal hoardings and flexes has not only become an eyesore for the city but also poses a safety hazard. The indiscriminate placement of these hoardings can obstruct traffic flow and visibility, leading to accidents.

The PPCR, a non-profit organization, aims to foster collaboration between citizens, government agencies, and other stakeholders to address issues affecting the city’s development. The foundation has been actively working on various issues, including environmental conservation, sustainable development, and disaster management.

Residents and associations are encouraged to download and sign the templates, which can be accessed through the links provided above. The PPCR is hopeful that through collective action, the city can be rid of these illegal hoardings and flexes, creating a safer and more visually appealing environment for all. For any queries or assistance, interested parties can reach out to the PPCR at [email protected] or via WhatsApp at +91-70301-52828.

Mrunal Jadhav 

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