MUMBAI: After Hindustan occasions report on the plight of residents forced to traverse a 200-meter stretch of open-air pits Ram Mandir (East) railway station, the maintenance of which is under cloud with Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) and Western Railways Passing through the buck to each other, officers from each company visited the site on Wednesday and conducted a joint inspection. Digging with sand and stones and leveling the street. In addition, the civilian body put in place a barrier to prevent cars from entering the extension and to make it protected for pedestrians. Officers stated that the street was in the possession of a courtroom clerk in an excessive court schedule in Bombay, due to a non-public dispute.
Rajesh Akri, Assistant Municipal Commissioner, P South Ward stated, “Following your report, I visited the site with the staff and Senior Property Officer of the Railroad. This is personal territory. As there is a railway station exit here, the The use of about 200 meters of this land by the pioneer officers to investigate near the gardens of the institution. I can realize the plight of the pioneers of the workplace due to the poor condition of this path. Although it is personal land, we have started some non-permanent remedial work.”
On September 21, HT revealed a report highlighting citizen efforts to establish the company's responsibility for maintaining the station's outdoor street, which is in high demand with the park's establishments within the neighborhood. The situation on the street has deteriorated over the past few months, and local residents and office goers have unsuccessfully sought the authorities' help.
Freya Mistry, a 27-year-old banker, made criticisms on the Rail Madad platform (a grievance area by Indian Railways) and the Aaple Sarkar portal (operated by Maharashtra authorities to register grievances). While Fitness responded by saying that the street falls under the authority of the railways, the latter's response to the Rail Madad app was that the responsibility was not on the railway department, as I mentioned.