We are already dealing with the pandemic which has cost us our lifestyle, healthy habits, and most importantly the freedom to go out of our homes.
As the monsoon season has begun it brings life back on the blue planet but so does bring new threats to various diseases as well, the most common are cold and flu, malaria, and many more which might turn into a deadly one during the ongoing pandemic.
Even Health ministry had advised to keep the surrounding clean during the pandemic as it may expose to a new disease. With all this it is necessary to keep our surroundings clean but what will one do when there areÂ hundreds of a litre of stagnant water in your area you will register a complaint to the authorities to remove the stagnant water.A vacant plot behind Nagarjuna Hospital, Nelco Society, Khamla, Nagpur has become a major concern for the locals who reside near the plot. Residents of the society informed that as the rainy season is on hundreds of litres of water have been deposited in the pit, this has exposed the area to various water-born diseases which can be proved to be fatal during the on-going pandemic.
â€œWe have registered complaints at numerous platforms even gave a letter to the NMC but no action was taken although NMC officials had sent people to spray mosquito repellent a few times the situation was still the sameâ€.
We have faith in the local authorities but our problems are not being solved yet even after numerous complaints and are looking forward to the proper action to be taken by the authorities.
â€œWe request the officials to find a permanent solution to this problem as we have elderly people and children at our homes and the rapid increase of the mosquitoâ€™s in the area is increasing the risk of catching deadly diseasesâ€ the members requested.
Many areas in the city get submerged underwater during the rainy season and become home to mosquitos, bacteria which can create another threat to the locals in the pandemic.