Civic officials said most complaints are related to pending nullah construction works, poor cleaning of nullahs and garbage dumping in these nullahs.
“We are coordinating between local ward offices and municipal zones to resolve these issues. The complaints aid the civic administration, as citizens highlight relatively remote spots,” said Ganesh Sonune, head of PMC’s disaster management department.
According to PMC officials, the citizens are giving information about multiple problems in areas such as Hadapsar, Satara Road, Katraj, Bavdhan, Baner and the Peth areas.
“Plastic dumping is one the major concerns raised by citizens in their complaints. Many residents have also highlighted that the rubble taken out of the nullahs after cleaning is dumped near the water body, which may choke the nullahs during rains. We have also received complaints of overflowing nullahs and encroachments on them,” a senior official of PMC said.
The details shared by the citizens would be given to local ward offices for completion of the work.
“PMC’s inferior work quality is exposed every monsoon. The civic body should ensure the complaints are resolved at the earliest,” said Vivek Velankar of Sajag Nagrik Manch, a citizens group.