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Lack of drinking water plagues Subramaniyampalayam

Covai Post Network


The residents of Subramaniyampalayam of Ward 4 need a proper sewage system, drinking water and children’s park.

A. Mariammal, homemaker lives in Arjun Street. She says, “We are not getting drinking water. Water comes only once in 15days. We are not economically well off to buy water. We will be happy if the officials look into our problems.”

Radha, owns a retail shop at Mullai Nagar says, “Drainage maintenance is very poor. Municipality staff comes only once in 10 days. The drainage overflows during the rains. Corporation should take initiatives to solve this”.

Residents of Appanayakanpalayam demand a children’s park and proper maintenance of the public graveyard. The graveyard is located right in the middle of a residential area. People want its compound walls raised in order to reduce the smells emanating from the graveyard.

According to K. Kavichandramohan, councillor of Ward 4 Subramaniyampalayam, in the four years of his tenure as counsellor, he had constructed roads in Rukkammal Colony, Mullai Nagar, Arjuna Nagar, Sri Shakthi Nagar, Ishwariya Garden, Park City and S.S. Nagar for Rs.6 crores. In addition, he claims that he had constructed public toilets with separate modern women’s toilets. The government has sanctioned Rs.1 crore to construct roads on Valarmathy Nagar and Thirumurthy Nagar. He has promised to look into the complaints.

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