CIDCO faces problems, no garbage clearance

Maithili Vaze

Intro : The people residing at New Panvel, Kalamboli, Kamothe and Kharghar face hell lot of problems as they are forced to make their way through the garbage laid streets

Kharghar :Residents living in Cidco-administered areas face problems as they have to make their way through the garbage lying over the streets, if the contract workers with the health department of the planning agency go ahead with their agitation from July 11.

The contract workers who are involved in lifting the garbage from Cidco areas of Kharghar, Kalamboli, Kamothe and Panvel threatened to ‘ghero’, the planning committee and thereby affecting the garbage lifting work as the demands of the workers are not fulfilled. Their requirement is that they should get absorbed in the services of CIDCO on permanent basis and should be given the benefits of Class IV employees.

The workers say that they have taken an action concerning the same by filing cases in the court of law, launching agitation from time to time, discussing matters with the Cidco officials every now and then but always returned with dejection.  The officials are purposely delaying the matter by interpreting court order and that has led to unhappiness among the laborers.

In the first week of the last month, the workers had called for a shut down, but this was withdrawn by the public interest as it was the beginning of the monsoon and the commuters would face lot of problems.

The proposal of the workers would be cleared as soon as possible and the workers will continue their work and responsibility at the earliest.

It’s really a bad time for the passers, as the garbage there is lying in open and the commuters may fall ill and also can lose lives as they are forced to inhale this contaminated air. The officials need to take immediate action to curb against this polluted air and help the commuters to have a fresh and healthy atmosphere.

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