A total of 43 cases were taken up at the sangat darshan at Zone A of Municipal corporation on Tuesday held under the guidance of Ghanshyam Thori, additional commissioner. At the end of the sangat darshan, a number of residents were seen airing their dissatisfaction with the response of the civic body to their complaints.
Balbir Singh, a resident of Miller Ganj, said that he had come with the complaint regarding the illegal roadside butcheries and additional commissioner Ghanshyam Thori directing the officials concerned to look into the matter.
Advocate Ravinder Singh of Shaheed Ajit Singh Colony said, "This is my second visit to the sangat darshan as I wanted to highlight the issue of construction of link road to our area. The proposal for the link road was mooted by mayor Harcharan Singh Ghoalwaria a year back, but there is no progress ever since. The additional commissioner too had given me another date to discuss the issue."
Hansraj Singh of Maha Singh Nagar had come with a complaint against Vishav Nath Thakur, the husband of councillor Baby Singh, who, he claimed, ran a dairy from their house. "My house is next to theirs and their business has made our lives hell," he said.
Additional commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said 43 cases came up at the event of which 23 were the old cases. He said nine cases were resolved on the spot.