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    In Hyderabad, despite efforts to manage solid waste, trash is once again piling up on main roads and narrow lanes. Residents are calling on GHMC and other municipal bodies to take immediate action to clean up the city and bring back garbage bins near vegetable markets.

    Trash can be seen in areas like Kompally-Bolarum Stretch, Uppal, Musheerabad, Seethaphalmandi, and Bholakpur. Residents say that two years ago, bins were removed to prevent garbage buildup on roads, but no permanent solution was provided to clear trash from lanes. This is causing inconvenience for locals and increasing mosquito infestations. Reinstalling garbage bins on lanes could help address these issues.

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    Residents of New Bolarum are frustrated with GHMC officials for not clearing trash on the main road despite complaints. GHMC often closes complaints by saying the area is under Secunderabad Cantonment jurisdiction, but an RTI reply confirmed it falls under GHMC. Officials need to take permanent action to clean up the area.

    Members of Resident Welfare Associations are noticing more garbage in residential colonies and on main roads. GHMC has not effectively tackled the issue, even after removing bins two years ago. The key problem is irregular garbage collection. Ward committee members and RWAs could work together to find solutions, like reinstating regular interactions between GHMC and communities.

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    Setting up bins near vegetable markets could also help manage waste and keep the city clean. Residents are urging officials to take action to address the ongoing trash issue.

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    Rajesh M
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