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Gurgaon gears up for monsoon with rainwater harvesting structures
It has not been long since Gurgaon started to witness the gruesome summer heat, but the authorities have already started to gear up for the monsoons, which is expected to greet the city residents in the coming months. The Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon have started creating rainwater harvesting structures already, primarily in the Aravalis.

The MCG chief, Praveen Kumar does not seem to be satisfied with the already constructed 30 such harvesting structures, but wants more. Hence, it is imperative that the person/department designated for the job will put his best feet forward and build more such structures. One can only wait and watch as to how many more such structures can be built in the area.

"There is a lot of work still to be accomplished and we hardly have any time left. I want to focus all my attention over the next two months on conserving as much water as we can during the monsoon season. I am going to be camping in the Wazirabad forest on Tuesday night so that work on other structures can start in time," said Kumar, reported The Times of India.

MCG had to take this action, as there is a serious need for the authorities to conserve water as the ground-level water has depleted in the millennium city. One needs to give credit to the MCG, for their well planned act of building rainwater harvesting structures before the monsoon season kicks-off.

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