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Coimbatore

Parsn Sesh Nestle residents urge Chief Secretary to take action against realtor

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Residents of Parsn Sesh Nestle in Nanjundapuram Road have urged the Chief Secretary, Girija Vadiyanathan, to take action against the realtor for various irregularities inside the gated community.
In their petition, the residents listed out the various irregularities committed inside the gated community and also complained against the Parsn Apex Welfare Society for not addressing their grievances.

“We have sent a petition to the Chief Secretary as the district administration has not taken any action in spite of our repeated requests. There are 615 houses in 18 blocks in the community. The Corporation, instead of supplying water to every individual house, supplies water to two big sumps from where it is being directed to the individual houses. There has been irregularity even in water supply.. The welfare society even cut water supply to a block as the residents questioned the hike in water tariff,” a resident said.

The petitioners have requested the Chief Secretary to take immediate action against wrong doers. They also sent a copy of the petition to District Collector T.N. Hariharan and Corporation Commissioner Dr. K. VijayaKarthikeyan.

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