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Author Topic: Madurai Corporations Complaint cell  (Read 921 times)
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« on: November 18, 2011, 07:48:34 AM »

More than a 100 complaints on civic problems were received over phone on the first day (Wednesday) of launching the complaint cell by the Madurai Corporation.Though the residents complained of hearing “This telephone number does not exist” on dialling the toll-free number, 1800-425-8445, Mayor V.V. Rajan Chellappa promised to set right technical fault, if any, through the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited. “Till such a time the toll-free number is set right, people can register their complaints over the other two numbers — 0452 2537214 or 2537215,” he said. Around 60 complaints were received till afternoon on Thursday.Most of the problems were related to bad roads and non-removal of garbage, he said. Mr. Chellappa said that patch work to fill potholes on road were being carried out. Laying of roads could be taken up only after the monsoon got over.On garbage removal, he said that sanitary workers were not removing the garbage from the dumper bins that did not have garbage to their full capacity. “It is because there will be problem in weighing the dumper bin placers at the dumping yard,” he said.However, the Mayor has asked the officials to ensure that dumper bins around Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple should be removed every day. The Corporation had also taken on rent 20 tractors for garbage removal.
Mr. Chellappa said that efforts were being taken to prevent mixing of sewage with drinking water. “The Blue Brigade — a vehicle with special gadgets to detect underground leakage of drinking water — that has been left unused for several months will
be put into good use,” he added. The Mayor has also instructed officials to conduct surprise checks on the functioning of sanitary workers.

Courtsey The Hindu
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