Situation more serious in walled city

BHOPAL: Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration should increase the number of garbage containers in residential colonies as it will prevent the dumped garbage from overflowing on roads so stray animals would not get any chance to scatter it.

Garbage remains scattered at Itwara Chowk. People have to make calls to concerning corporator for lifting dumped garbage. Once the dumped garbage is scattered, it is more problematic to lift. Stray animals are challenging in the real sense of the term as they scatter the dumped garbage. BMC administration is supposed to round up the stray animals.

Similarly, people have big expectation from concerning corporators. They said that corporators should remind BMC administration to send the garbage van to lift it in time.

Mohammed Aamir,25, real state, said, “BMC administration is supposed to lift garbage in time. Garbage vans should be pressed into job and their frequency should be increased if the container is used by residents of more than one residential colonies. Or more containers should be placed as per the requirement of the area. Otherwise, the particular site will be just like trench.”

Saurav Jain,21, MBA student, said, “There must be more containers in residential areas as it will prevent the dumped garbage from overflowing on roads. Because, timely lifting of garbage and controlling stray animals is not possible for BMC administration. So it is better to place more garbage containers so that dumped garbage remain in container instead of inviting stray animals to scatter all over the roads.”

Shariq Ali, 27, private company, said, “In Walled city, BMC administration should be very much cautious as there are congested lanes and roads. If garbage is scattered, it will be all over the roads posing problems for even pedestrians. So, the BMC should ensure timely removal of garbage.”

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