“The residents have been denied the right to dignified living by the AMC under whose jurisdiction the area falls.
The residents have demanded from the district collector to regularise their plots and they are ready to pay taxes to get access to civic utilities,” Khillare said.The woes of the Rajiv Nagar residents have augmented in monsoons as the waste and lack of sanitation facilities has led them, mostly children, to fall sick.
Aurangabad: The residents of Rajiv Nagar area on Thursday stormed the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) headquarters on Thursday demanding civic facilities such as drinking water supply, lifting of garbage, gardens, and better roads.Mayor Nandkumar Ghodele, after meeting the agitating residents, promised to survey the area on Friday along with seven municipal officials and some corporators for the provision of the civic amenities.Incidentally, the Rajiv Nagar falls in ward 6 of the municipal corporation and has 500-600 inhabitants.
They, have however, failed to take any concrete measures,” Khillare said.
The houses are constructed after plotting of a farm land.
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