I am pretty happy, rather all our family members too are very happy and contended, but from the last 2-3 years we have been facing a lot of problems regarding the sewage/drainage/koodi-garbage corner/parking just to name a few, due to which the whole colony is prone to diseases like: cholera/ dysentery/diarrhea/malaria/chikungunya/dengue and the list goes on, writes Mohammad Talha, a resident of Ghaffar Manzil, residing in the are since birth.
The pathetic condition of roads, lanes/by-lanes also is not an exception. Potholes, street lighting, unsafe roads (more after the case of Shariq Ahmad-Noor Nagar), safety of children/women rather everybody is getting a feeling of insecurity. Every now and then we hear people and we ourselves talk about just leaving the area and getting rid of the situation if only we get a chance.
My humble request to you all is kindly get us the way out or the people or any help towards the “n” number of problems we all are facing so that we all can live happily and proudly in Jamia Nagar.
OKHLATIMES.COM reports that since the outbreak of vector-borne diseases in Delhi, several residents have been reported to have died of the deadly dengue related complications in the locality. It is another story that official the deaths have been recorded a few by official agencies.