The Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) and the National Highways Authorities of India (NHAI) have together taken up the issue of poor drainage near the Hero Honda Chowk in Gurgaon. They have decided to lay a new drainage system in the Hero Honda Chowk, so that it can align with the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway.
After a meeting, the MCG has already submitted the design of the drain. The construction of the drainage system would begin once NHAI approves the design. As was reported by the timesofindia.com, the project is about to take around 17 crore.
Praveen Kumar, MCG Chief talking on the issue said, '' We had come up with this design after holding discussions with private experts in this field. We have come up with two different plans - one is for Hero Honda Chowk and the other is from Hero Honda Chowk all the way up to Kherki Daula. The first plan will cost us around Rs 17 crore and we have already submitted it to NHAI. Once it approves we will call for the tenders and the construction would begin.''
Since the NHAI is involved in the project, the MCG is hoping that some of the cost would be beared by them. Inspite of the water-logging problem in the area, the water is drained out currently by diesel run pumps installed by MCG.However, the process is a failure as a lot of things go wrong at the same time.
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