More than 375 Houses and Buildings under Danger in Kejriwal's Delhi, once Promised to Turn Delhi into London

The MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) has identified such houses and buildings in the capital, where there may be any risk or untoward incident due to rain.
More than 375 Houses and Buildings under Danger in Kejriwal's Delhi
More than 375 Houses and Buildings under Danger in Kejriwal's DelhiImage Credit: indianexpress.com

Monsoon has made its knock in the national capital. On the one hand, the torrential rains in Delhi can bring relief to the people, but on the other hand, this rain can also prove to be a big problem for some people.

The MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) has identified such houses and buildings in the capital, where there may be any risk or untoward incident due to rain.

MCD has also prepared a list of such buildings, in which it has been told that it is necessary to repair the dilapidated houses and buildings.

MCD has included more than 375 houses and buildings in the capital's list of risks. It has also been told that these houses and buildings need to be demolished or repaired.

MCD officials have given information about the damaged houses and buildings. He has told that the Municipal Corporation of Delhi has prepared this list on the instructions of Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena.

Untoward Incidents can happen anytime

Officials said that the MCD has surveyed the dilapidated buildings. The survey revealed that the structures of 112 houses in Sadar-Paharganj and 101 in the Civil Lines area are in a dangerous condition.

Their building can collapse at any time and any untoward incident can happen.

Last month, the Lieutenant Governor directed the NDMC (New Delhi Municipal Corporation) and MCD to identify buildings that collapsed in Delhi due to rain.

110 complexes have been included in unsafe buildings

Delhi: More than 375 Houses and Building are in Danger Category
Delhi: More than 375 Houses and Building are in Danger Category

In the instructions given to the corporation, he said that these risky buildings should either be demolished or repairs should be ensured.

In this matter, an NDMC official has said that in the survey conducted till the first week of July, 110 complexes have been included in the list of unsafe buildings.

Let us tell you that many incidents of the collapse of dilapidated buildings have been coming to the fore in the past as well.

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