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The Prime Minister must intervene and set things right, or else a collapsing Gurgaon will hurt our economy.Ramandeep SinghPlease highlight the rot that is the Haryana Urban Development Authority and its wasteful ways. It charges crores of rupees from developers and house owners as “external development charges” and then delivers zilch.Rajan RayI hope you will highlight the fact that no attempt is made to repair the roads. At least Delhi has a policy to carry out patchwork repairs.Rohit JIf the authorities do not take immediate steps, Gurgaon will go back to being a gaon instead of a Millennium City.Anurag DhawanI have taken an initiative in Gurgaon for my sector’s crumbled roads and for the old Delhi-Gurgaon road. I have filed an RTI application, seeking to know such things as the quality of materials used, among others. I am also trying to have a road inspection done.Praneet SushilI run an industrial unit on the Jaipur Highway. The approach road to the unit is under kneedeep sewage water for the last few months.Rajan MayorThere is virtually no road connecting the national highway-8 with sectors 21, 22, 23, 23A and Palam Vihar.Anju KapurThe Golf Course Road was designed as a showpiece road, 60m wide with the best of infrastructure. Now on both sides, sewage is conveniently dumped.Tarini MukherjiI have come back to Gurgaon after spending three years in Durban, South Africa. Most African countries have better infrastructure and amenities than our so called “Millenium City”.Rajat DuttThe way garbage is being disposed of in Gurgaon, it could easily lead to yet another Surat in Haryana.Dev Chopra

india Updated: Sep 25, 2008 00:52 IST

It was the IT sector that gave Gurgaon an identity on the globe, but now poor infrastructure is driving the IT business away.
Subinder Khurana, Cognigent

Whenever I drive past this site, I always feel the stinking smell. Garbage has spoiled it completely.
Gopal N Sarma, MD, Feedback Ventures

The untreated solid waste thrown like this also spoils the groundwater and it directly affects the health of the residents.
Vivek Luthra, resident

We have had enough and cannot bear it anymore.
Deep Kalra, CEO, Makemytrip.com

We would take the fight till the time we get justice and the administration decides to shift the dumping site.
Prabhat Agarwal, MD, Parsec

I have been living in Silver Oaks in DLF City for the last 11 years, but it has never been so difficult.
Salil Agarwal, ECS Limited