Hyderabad: Jawahar Nagar dump backyard, an ordeal for residents
Hyderabad: The homeowners of Dammaiguda and also Nagaram have actually attempted every feasible objection to attract the focus of the powers-that-be to the requirement to change the Jawahar Nagar dump backyard as contaminated water draining pipes from the 20 MW nuclear power plant is making it a heck of living for the homeowners staying there and also resulting in a boost in spread of skin conditions. Now in order to open up the eyes of authorities and also lament the difficulties encountered by residents, the Joint Action Committee of the anti-dumping backyard will certainly be arranging a 2K run from Dammaiguda to Nagaram on November 13.
Locals explained that the worried authorities are least troubled to discover a different option for the concern. During twelve o’clock at night, the contaminated water is been drained pipes out from the dump backyard onto roadways resulting in numerous casualties.
Sandeep, local of Kaarmik Nagar-Dammaiguda stated, “Daily at midnight, leachate water is discharged from the 20 MW power plant that has been set up at the Jawahar Nagar dump yard. As our colony is just adjacent, it has becoming a living hell for us as we are not able to breathe fresh air. It has also lead to an increase in mosquito menace causing skin diseases.”
“We faced this issue six months back, but it was not solved on a permanent basis. Polluted water has been flowing into the colonies from the past one week. We have also tweeted about the issue and urged the officials to take a permanent solution but no action has been taken yet,” stated T Rahul, a citizen ofNagaram
“As no permanent solution is been taken by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and Dammaiguda and Nagaram municipality, we have decided to organise a 2K run for highlighting the hardship faced by us due to the dump yard,” stated an additional local of Dammaiguda.