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Punjagutta, Ameerpet residents dumping garbage on roads

Punjagutta, Ameerpet residents dumping garbage on roads
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The residents of Panjagutta and Ameerpet have converted the roads into dumping grounds by disposing of the debris and waste on roads brazenly Even as Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation GHMC is imposing fines on illegal disposing of garbage but it seems there is no impact on the locals

Hyderabad: The residents of Panjagutta and Ameerpet have converted the roads into dumping grounds by disposing of the debris and waste on roads brazenly. Even as Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) is imposing fines on illegal disposing of garbage but it seems there is no impact on the locals.

They take the easy way out by dumping wastage nearby instead of walking all the way to dustbins kept by GHMC. Ramesh, a resident of Panjagutta said, “Though there is GHMC dustbins, few commuters and hawkers dump the waste on the roads. Initially, there used to be little garbage but now this has become a habit for the people to dump the waste on the road.”

As soon as garbage is seen littered on the road, it takes no time for others to follow and throw garbage there making it a dumping ground. Within a day or two heaps of garbage are seen at that place. Sridhar, another resident of Ameerpet said, “Though GHMC is imposing a penalty, people still are throwing the debris on roads. GHMC should take immediate action on those who are dumping waste and debris on roads.”

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