Mayor meets Sector 45 residents
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The residents of Sector 45 in a meeting held on Sunday with Mayor Subhash Chawla, submitted a memorandum listing out their demands. The residents stated that over the past two decades, around 95 per cent of residents of CHB houses have made need-based changes in their houses. They demanded regularisation of the changes, keeping in view the soaring property prices in the city.
Senior deputy mayor Rana Kashmiri Devi and deputy mayor Satish Kainth were also present. The residents have further demanded that the roads in the sector which are in a pitiable state be repaired. They also said that a park in the sector that was inaugurated four years ago is in shambles. There is no working light, wires have gone missing, water sprinklers and pipes are not in working condition.
The residents have demanded that a plan to construct a sports stadium with facilities for cricket, badminton, volleyball, etc should be prepared. The residents contended that the grounds available are not enough for holding religious and social functions. There is one community centre that can accommodate around 200 people. The residents demanded that the land adjoining the community centre be used for its extension.
The residents also complained that they were facing a shortage of drinking water due to a school that was being constructed having been given a water connection from the area.
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