RWAs ask Huda chief to address issues

Updated on Nov 23, 2011 12:52 AM IST

The city's crumbling infrastructure dominated the first meeting of the resident welfare associations (RWAs) with Huda administrator Praveen Kumar on Tuesday.

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Hindustan Times | By, Gurgaon

The city's crumbling infrastructure dominated the first meeting of the resident welfare associations (RWAs) with Huda administrator Praveen Kumar on Tuesday.

Representatives of the Joint Action Forum of RWAs (JAFRA), Federation of All Residents Welfare Association (FORWA), Progressive Gurgaon Forum, Millennium City Welfare Association and other RWAs raised issues regarding sewerage, bad roads and water scarcity. Residents also demanded better upkeep of parks and community halls.

In the meeting, Kumar assured that the authority will act fast to address all the grievances. He also warned his officials against lackadaisical attitude and asked them to promptly identify problem areas in a sector-wise list.

When RWAs raised the issue of less funds provided for maintaining parks, Kumar asked them to list them and work out a 'practical' estimate.

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