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Focus on issues in Pune’s Hinjewadi as big guns come visiting

The members of Hinjawadi IT park residents’ welfare association (HIRWA) have appealed to authorities to complete all the pending road work on war footing.

pune Updated: Jun 12, 2018 14:38 IST
Prachi Bari
Prachi Bari
Hindustan Times, Pune
(From third left) Supriya Sule, Girish Bapat and Kiran Gitte during a visit to Hinjewadi on Monday.
(From third left) Supriya Sule, Girish Bapat and Kiran Gitte during a visit to Hinjewadi on Monday. (HT PHOTO )

Girish Bapat, guardian minister, Supriya Sule, MLA along with Naval Kishor Ram, district collector and Kiran Gitte, commissioner, Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) visited Hinjewadi on Monday. The residents of Hinjewadi have been holding meetings with the officials over bad roads.

The officials of public works department and Maharashtra industrial development corporation(MIDC) also accompanied the public representatives to view the progress of the road work and to expedite the same, though the tweet from PMRDA said that the reason for the visit was the ground breaking ceremony of the Mhalunge Nande Chande road.

“This is part of the review meeting where all the agencies concerned visit the area. In the past few years, we have identified 8 to 9 roads to create multiple entry and exit points for people living in Hinjawadi,” said Kiran Gitte.

“We went to see the progress of the bridge over the Mula river near the boundary of Paud and Baner which will help divert 30 to 40 percent of traffic from Wakad. We have multiple agencies working on mending bad roads. Girish Bapat asked MIDC and PCMC officials to repair the potholes on the roads,” Gitte added.

The members of Hinjawadi IT park residents’ welfare association (HIRWA) have appealed to authorities to complete all the pending road work on war footing. Residents have been facing harrowing time during monsoons due to bad roads.