Although it is boiling outside and the thoughts of rain is the only real relief for everyone, but monsoons poses its own problems for Gurgaonites. While the season of rain and relief is about to come, the Sector 14 residents of Gurgaon are unhappy about it. The administration is yet to clean up the storm water drains of Sector 14.
The Residents Welfare of Association (RWA) of Sector 14 confirmed that last year there were number of cases of malaria and dengue due to poor drainage storm water system in this area. As was reported by timesofindia.com, K S Yadav, president RWA also added, ''Poor maintenance of the storm water drain is a major reason for accumulation of rainwater, which becomes a breeding ground for mosquitoes.''
It was in 2006 that the drainage system was built but poor maintenance has led to degradation of the area and has given rise to various problems. The residents not only faces drain water filling up the area but also have to deal with sewage floating all around. The residents of the area have alleged that they have complained a number of times to the MCG, but they have turned a blind eye to the their plight.
KS Yadav also said that he has contacted the MCG official, but since they have a number of other duties, they are yet to visit the area.
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