City Kemp News
In Koramangala 6th Block, the BWSSB has been changing the old sewage lines to a higher diameter pipelines. They are: 18th main to 19th main which includes 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th A and 18th A, B, C, D, E, F, G, cross roads. However, 6th B Cross road could not be changed due to the blockage of submains pipelines on 80ft road.
Regarding this issue Koramangala 6th Block Residents’ Welfare Association President Jayaramu, had called and spoke to BWSSB Chief Engineer Ramakrishna, Executive Engineer Parameshwara, Assistant Executive Engineer Dinakar who is in-charge of submains of 80ft road from Regional Passport Office-NGV to Agra Pump House.
After this, a High Pressure Jetting Machine was sent to ccheck and clear one by one manholes of Sub mains on 80 feet Road. During the operation, it was found that there was clear blockages from Passport Office to Devi Eye Hospital and moreover some of the Submains manholes had been buried while asphalting the 80ft road. Hence, the BWSSB men could not trace out the manholes buried under tar. However, when the RWA approached the BWSSB officials – Executive Engineer Dinakar said “It will be traced and the blockages will be cleared and submains will be serviced as soon as possible.”
Meanwhile, Mohan, Asst Engineer from Maintenance Dept of BWSSB is very much thankful to 6th Block RWA making the submains dept to come and clearing the silt which was accumulated from so many years in 80ft road.
Subsequently, two manholes were traced out by the people of Maintenance lines Department which were buried during asphalting.
“De-silting works is going on 6th B Cross, 18th Main(Opp to Devi eye hospital) and 80ft Road(Opp BMTC Depot) and all has done under the supervision of Mohan and one of the 6th Block RWA MC member Nagaraj K. Moreover the residents of 6th B Cross, 18th Main,17th G Main were thanking Mohan for doing a needful job to the residents”, informed Suresh N Gowda. Secretary 6th Block RWA.
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