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Residents throng Girri Chaupal with complaints

East Delhi MP and National Secretary of BJP, Maheish Girri organised ‘Girri Chaupal’ in Preet Vihar red light, Vikas Marg.

Hundreds of local residents, office bearers of RWAs and other organisations and representatives brought complaints of their area to the MP for redressal. The local MLA O P Sharma also attended the Chaupal, along with Mayor Satya Sharma, participated in resolving people’s problems.

Officers from all important departments attended the ‘Girri Choupal’ such as PWD, BSES, Municipal corporation, DDA, Traffic Police, Delhi Police, DUSIB, Delhi Jal Board, DTC and Delhi Irrigation and Flood Control.

In Chaupal people, Rehdi and Patdi workers of Nirman Vihar and Preet Vihar put forward their issues related with earning daily wages. The MP discussed this issue with the Delhi Police and promised Rehdi-Patdi wallahs that they can put up their wares in line with the judgment of the Court. He also asked them not to do any kind of encroachment to avoid traffic related problems.

The local businessman of Preet Vihar indicated to Maheish Girri, East Delhi MP that they are facing problems in the market that related to cleaning and electricity. In this regard, the MP gave instructions to the officers of Nagar Nigam and promised businessmen for taking suitable action. Also, the local problem of not getting clean drinking water of Jitar Nagar, Madhuban Colony and Chitra Vihar was highlighted by the local residents; Delhi Jal Board officers promised in writing to resolve this issue within a week. People from Guru Nanak Pura too shared problem of non functional lights in their area.

Besides the MP and Local MLA the Chaupal was attended by Santosh Pal, Shravan Dikshit, Vivek Kavra, Deepak Verma, Kushal Kumar Aggarwal, Nitu Tripathi, Poonam Kaliya, Deepak Pande, Jyoti Pande and other BJP volunteers also local residents and office bearers of local RWA .

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