RWAs join forces to fight for rights
A total of 11 residents’ welfare associations (RWAs) have joined hands to raise the problems faced by the residents of Mayfield Garden.india Updated: Mar 02, 2012 02:06 IST
A total of 11 residents’ welfare associations (RWAs) have joined hands to raise the problems faced by the residents of Mayfield Garden.
The group has come up after the town and country planning department on February 4 cancelled the licences of all private builders and took over the maintenance of the colony, which has been witnessing problems such as water supply, road repairing, street lights and registration of properties.
The senior town planner (STP) RK Singh had assured the residents that his department will take care of all their needs. Now the forum has decided to take up these issues with its meeing with the STP on March 4.
The forum, which is yet to be registered, was founded on February 26 in the presence of ward councillor Nisha Singh. “After cancellation of licence, STP has taken over the colony but failed to provide the needful facilities. The problems continue to haunt residents as usual,” said RK Sharma, a member of the forum.
Earlier, the members of the forum met deputy commissioner PC Meena and asked him to help the residents in getting the needful facilities for what they have paid external development charges to the government.
First Published: Mar 02, 2012 02:05 IST