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Kolkata, The Kolkata Municipal Company (KMC) has determined to ship a crew of its engineers to supervise the continued infrastructure tasks in 25 wards within the extra areas of Behala, Backyard Attain and Metiabruz.
The choice of the inspection was taken by Kolkata Mayor Firhad Hakim in a assessment assembly held on the Municipal Company headquarters on Wednesday, August 3. Councilors and senior officers of the KMC Important Providers Division have been current on this assembly.

The agenda of the assessment assembly was to take inventory of the progress of a number of main infrastructure tasks underway within the metropolis, together with upgradation of sewerage and drainage, augmentation of water provide and upkeep of roads.

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One more reason for the assembly was that Hakim additionally needed to know whether or not the councilors have been dealing with scarcity of funds of their respective wards.

Based on Boro XVI President Sudip Poli, the upcoming drainage pumping station at Joka will curb the issue of waterlogging within the space and surrounding Behala. The undertaking will profit Joka, Behala Chowrasta, Sakherbazar, Raja Rammohan Roy Street and Haridevpur amongst others.

The pumping station was designed by the Kolkata Atmosphere and Infrastructure Enchancment Venture funded by the Asian Improvement Financial institution.

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In different information, town’s Ultadanga flyover not too long ago made headlines when two cracks have been observed in its VIP road-bound arm. The Kolkata Metropolitan Improvement Authority (KMDA) has performed a preliminary survey and warranted motorists and native residents that the route is protected for his or her commute.

KMDA mentioned the cracks don’t have an effect on the structural stability of the flyover. Aside from this, Mayor of town Firhad Hakim additionally inspected the cracks within the flyover immediately.

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