Plea to clear weeds and plants on Shankar Mutt Road
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Plea to clear weeds and plants on Shankar Mutt Road

July 26, 2020

A building on Shankar Mutt Road in Fort Mohalla is slowly turning into a haunted house as a lot of weeds and plants are growing on this dilapidated structure. Also garbage is being dumped in the open space of the dilapidated structure making it a place for mosquitoes and reptiles to breed. Residents of the surrounding areas have urged the authorities concerned to take necessary steps to solve the problems at the earliest.


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