Hyderabad: Voters voice concern as netas neglect issues
- Allege that leaders are seen only during elections, other times they remain untraceable
- Biggest ward of GHMC – Rajendranagar allege that the TRS candidate who won in previous elections has allegedly failed in developing the area
- Damaged roads, overflowing drainage water, unreachable corporator are some unsolved concerns
Hyderabad: The biggest ward among the GHMC's 150 wards is Rajendranagar, ward no 60, that will go for poll on December 1. Spilling beyond the PVNR Expressway, Rajendranagar is a mix of rural and urban households. This ward is reserved for SC women.
Rajendranagar has most prestigious central institutions located in the ward including NIRD, NAARM, agriculture college, veterinary university and National Fisheries development board. However, the TRS candidate who won in previous elections has allegedly failed in developing the area. The local people allege that his followers demanded money from everyone in the ward and also objected to the development works. People there alleged that they did not get the promised Rs 10,000 that many families got, though their houses were not submerged.
In Rajendra Nagar division, the voters also alleged that the public representatives have not shown interest in resolving the problems of the people. The roads have been totally damaged, sewage water has been overflowing on the roads due to the drainage system failure and the GHMC officials are not supplying drinking water properly, they pointed. The public further opined that the present corporator allegedly is not responding even on phone calls made by the people for solving problems. constructions. In Attapur division, the voters were unhappy with the public representative's behaviour in resolving the problems. The roads, drainage system have been causing many problems for the public. During the floods, the division people faced many problems with flood water as many colonies were waterlogged. Even the Aramghar to Mehdipatnam main road was waterlogged.
In the Mailardevpally division, the public expressed their indignance over the behaviour of ruling party leaders. The public says that many land settlements have been done by ruling party leaders and created public problems.
In Shastripuram, Suleman Nagar divisions, under MIM representatives too, the public remains unhappy with the corporators' approach to solving the problems. The voters opine that the leaders are seen only at the time of elections, otherwise they remain untraceable.