Hyderabad: GHMC checks swamping in Al-Jubail swarm
Hyderabad: Residents of among the most awful rain-affected locations of Al-Jubail swarm in Falaknuma are currently totally free from quarrel, as the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has actually resolved the flooding problem in the location. The preserving wall surface well worth Rs 6 crore has actually been built in Falaknuma as well as the nala has actually likewise been prolonged by destroying the infringements.
The water moving from Ali Nagar in Bandlaguda to Falaknuma bridge covering the locations Al-Jubail swarm, Hashamabad, Ali Nagar, Ghazi- e-Millat Colony were the most awful influenced throughout rainfalls.
Residents really felt that it was an excellent danger to live in the location as there was big inundation as well as the whole first stage of your homes utilized to obtain immersed. But there was no water inundation problem dealt with in the current rainfalls as the public body ensured absolutely no inundation in the location.
After the floodings, the GHMC’s Town Planning wing occupied the destroying jobs of nala infringements. “The wing had identified a total of 36 structures which were encroached and were demolished from the stretch of nala coming from Ali Nagar in Bandlaguda to Falaknuma bridge in the inner ring road. To ensure that no flooding and nala overflow issue takes place, the nala retaining wall works worth Rs six crore was constructed,” stated the policeman at Town Planning wing, GHMC Charminar area.
This location was the most awful influenced in the last 2 gales. The location populated with numerous multi-storied structures, the swarm was much sought for its closeness to the highway. But that has actually transformed currently.
“Now the nala has been extended and the retaining wall was also established. We residents hope that now there will not be an overflow of water and flooding in the area,” really hoped Mohammed Ahmed, a local.
“The residents staying in the ground floor were badly hit as water used to enter their homes causing huge damage, forcing them to shift from that place. Many buildings were vacant in the rainy season, but after the civic body took up works people did not vacate their houses,” includedAhmed