The Bhagwantpur Gram Panchayat of Dehradun, the capital against dirt has taken a firm step. Panchayat has imposed a fine of Rs two lakh on Kaseiga School in Gram Sabha area. The school has alleged that he is spreading the dirt by sailing the sewers of the panchayat area.
Ritesh Joshi, chief of Bhagwantpur, said that the dirt of sewer is being flown in the Gram Panchayat drain by Kasega School situated in the village panchayat area, which is causing pollution in the region associated with the school. He said that verbal and written complaint was also received from the Gram Panchayat in 2015-16 and 2016-17, but no action was taken from the school management.
There is resentment among local people due to the continuous dirt and awkwardness. On this, the Consumer Drinking Water and Sanitation Committee of Gram Panchayat has imposed a fine of two lakh on Kaseiga school management for spreading dirt and contaminating the environment for the period from March 2015 to March 2018. The school has been given time to deposit the penalty till June 11. Here, in this case Kaseiga School Manager Pallava Ghosal said that earlier this kind of complaint was received. Management took it seriously and now the situation has improved considerably. They refused to know the penalties imposed on behalf of the Gram Panchayat.
A cleanliness campaign was started in Tons river under the leadership of Riteish Joshi, President of the Chief Justice, Justice Panchayat, Bhagwantpur. During this, Joshi said that the water of sewer is being flown by the private school on the river banks. He said that there are many people who bathed in the river and went away after drinking liquor bottles. After this campaign the princes decided that if the water of the sewer was not stopped by the school operator, then the agitation would be done. On this occasion, Mamta Rana from village Bharat village, Rakesh Sharma from Gajiyawala, Anita Thapa and Shyam Singh Thapa, Sachin Panwar, Vijendra Sharma, Deepak Sharma, Bal Bahadur were present.