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Friday, July 24, 2009

Correct 'water affidavit' mistake - news link to DNA on Water, PMC, Builder and You

PMC robs citizens and rewards tanker mafia- follow up:

A sense of anger and deceit is unmistakable among citizens in the eastern fringes of Pune where many housing societies are chronically dependent on water tankers.

The element of deceit is apparent because the PMC never informed the public about these water affidavits and many flat owners also did not get a copy of the document as promised by their builders to the PMC.

The water affidavits also raise legal issues.

Can a municipal corporation indiscriminately give building permissions while abdicating its core responsibility of providing water?

Also, why was this policy not made public and opened to a debate?

Since the PMC admitted that it was unable to supply water to the fringe areas, what is the basis for collecting water and other development taxes from citizens in these areas? Read More

Municipal commissioner admits that PMC has failed to check water availability before issuing building permissions in the fringe areas

"The water department is issuing the no-objection certificates to builders but it is not considering the capacity of water distribution," he said reacting to DNA's expose on the "water affidavits".

He said that Pune's development was allowed in the eastern parts without providing adequate infrastructure. "Henceforth, the civic body will take note of the infrastructure before issuing the building permission," Municipal commissioner Mahesh Zagade said.

Related Stories:

1) Drinking Water - Pune Municipal Corporation, Builders, tanker mafia and you - news links

2) Dhanori Lake - a natural community resource or a private property of Lunkad Realty?

3) Encroachments at Ramnadi pulled down

4) PMC General Body defers support to fight against the state government move to make major modifications in the development plan of Baner and Balewadi

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