Friday, November 7, 2008

A CONCRETE ALLIANCE

Congress & BJP leaders come together for

Concretization of Goshala road, Mulund.


Residents of Goshala road watched in amazement as a unique alliance was formed between two rival political party parties when Congress and BJP leaders came together for inaugurating the project of concretizing Goshala road, in Mulund. The arterial Goshala road from Junction of J.N.Road to the Junction of P.K.Road is being concretized by the MCGM, and the road also demarcates the ward wise composition of ward no 102 and 103. As a result of which the housing societies on the Goshala road fall under jurisdiction of ward no 103 where as the slum side on the same road comes under ward no 102.

Municipal councilors, Dr. A.K.Sokhi & Amita Shah, represent ward no 103 & ward no 102 respectively in the Municipal Corporation, thus taking cognizance of the pitiful state of the road since past many years, both Municipal councilors pursued with the MCGM and succeeded in getting sanction to concretize the Goshala road. The project inauguration and Bhoomi Pujan was conducted on 6th November 2008 at Goshala Road amongst a gathering of few hundred people comprising of local residents and party workers belonging to Congress & the BJP.

MLA, Sardar Tara Singh and MLC, Charan Singh Sapra, were the Chief Guests at the inaugural function and both "Singhs" applauded efforts of the Municipal Councilors. in their brief speech both "Singhs" expressed that "Commitment of the Women Municipal Councilors towards the betterment of Mulund was so intense that a delayed improvement project like concretization of Goshala road was being executed only due to their consistent combined efforts, regardless of themselves belonging to rival political parties"

Dr. A.K.Sokhi & Amita Shah briefed "A provision of 2.5 crores has been made to execute the concretization work of Goshala Road and the work will be completed by March 2009, they further expressed their regrets for inconvenience which will be caused to the commuters during the execution of the project and requested cooperation from them as well". The MCGM engineers present at the inaugural function explained that "The Goshala Road will be 525 meters in length and 18.3 meters wide, and in the process some illegal structures and encroachments will also be demolished".