A residents welfare association has moved the National Green Tribunal alleging lack of sewer connectivity in Kaushambi prompting the green panel to seek response from the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation. A bench headed by Justice U D Salvi issued notice to Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam, Ghaziabad Development Authority and Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Limited while seeking their reply by January 22, the next date of hearing.The directions came while hearing a plea by Kaushambi Apartments Residents Welfare Association (KARWA) which alleged that land sold off by Ghaziabad Development Authority to Yashoda Hospital, Supertech, Raj Residency and others in eastern part of Kaushambi area does not have sewer connection.
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