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Coimbatore: 61 petitions on day one of grievance meet after 3 years

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | LAKSHMI L LUND
Published Jul 4, 2019, 3:42 am IST
Updated Jul 4, 2019, 3:42 am IST
A three-member team will carry out routine inspections and ensure that every building has a rain water harvesting structure in place.
Corporation commissioner Shravan Kumar Jadavath
 Corporation commissioner Shravan Kumar Jadavath

COIMBATORE: The Coimbatore City Municipal Corporation (CCMC) on Wednesday hosted a grievance redressal meeting after a gap of over three years. The meeting was organised under the leadership of Corporation Commissioner Shravan Kumar Jadavath and deputy commissioner of Coimbatore Corporation, Prasanna Ramaswamy.

A total of 61 petitions including 18 from the east zone, 14 from the west zone, eight from the northern zone, four from the southern zone, six from the central zone were received. One petition was submitted to the council secretariat, three petitions to the municipal council and another for the education division.

 

Corporation commissioner Shravan Kumar Jadavath assured that the grievance redressal meeting will be hosted every Wednesday, and urged people here to submit their civic grievances for which concerned officials of the CCMC will do the needful, to arrive at a solution.

Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the meeting, the Corporation Commissioner assured that the ambitious 24X7 drinking water project will be implemented without delay. Commenting on buildings found flouting rain water harvesting system norms, Shravan Kumar said that the deadline for the same is August 15.

A three-member team will carry out routine inspections and ensure that every building has a rain water harvesting structure in place, he added.

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