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Friday, October 13, 2017

Baner Balewadi Residents are Angry with Pune Municipal Corporation

The residents of Baner and Balewadi - distressed by an ongoing water supply crisis - have refuted a statement by Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), which claimed that it had sent letters to residents asking them to attend meetings to discuss the problem:

Sangharsh for Development of Baner Balewadi

On Wednesday, the Bombay High Court lifted the stay on granting occupancy and commencement certificates to new constructions and building projects at Baner and Balewadi.

In its arguments, the PMC told the High Court that residents' associations in the area had not turned up for meetings that were called to discuss the water problem.

The statement has sparked anger among the residents.

“We have sent hundreds of letters to the PMC about the water crisis - something that has been on for the past 10 years. But instead of responding to our requests, the civic administration said societies had not turned up for discussions. This statement lacks logic. The civic administration must first understand that the water problem still persists in Baner and Balewadi,“ said Sarang Wable, of the Baner Balewadi residents' association.

Rajendra Sinha of the Aundh, Baner, Balewadi Vikas Manch said residents' associations were now planning to file a petition before the court on the water problems. He said the petition would name housing societies in the area as co-petitioners and demand the PMC compensate them for money spent on purchasing water tankers until now.

The petition would also demand a waiver of property tax and a stay on building permissions until water problems were resolved, Sinha said.

Read more at:

1) Anger in Baner, Balewadi as PMC claims water meeting invites went unanswered

2) HC'S LIFTING OF CONSTRUCTION BAN AT BANER-BALEWADI NOT WELCOME - Locals say PMC distorted facts, to file RTI for clarity, compensation

Related Stories

1) Bombay High Court lifts ban on issuance of commencement and occupancy certificates for housing projects in Baner & Balewadi

2) Pune: Going ‘smart’, Baner-Balewadi lacks basic infrastructure

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