No sewage connection for this housing society

by Paul Joseph on December 30, 2012 · 0 comments

GURGAON: The Maruti Employees Co-operative House Building Society in Bhondsi has allegedly violated the state government master plan, making it difficult for administration to provide sewage line connectivity to the housing colony. Over 6,000 people live in the residential complex and the alleged violations came to the light during a public interest litigation (PIL) hearing in Punjab and Haryana high court. The PIL was filed by the RWA seeking sewage connection with the Haryana Urban Development Authority’s (HUDA) main line. The bench of chief justice A K Sikri and justice Rakesh Kumar Jain turned down the PIL recently on the basis of the affidavits submitted by the state government that

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