Alot (Madhya Pradesh): Scores of residents from Pancham Vihar Colony in Alot gave a ballot boycott name following the shortage of fundamental services of their locality. On Wednesday round 10 am, most of the locals put banners and posters on their residences with ballot boycott name slogans.

In the meantime, administrative officers reached the locality and eliminated all of the banners and posters. A couple of hours later, locals as soon as once more did the identical and this time they took out the protest rally carrying the placards. They staged a protest on the colony’s foremost gate.

Notably, the voting for Alot municipal council is scheduled to be held on July 6. In such a state of affairs, the individuals of ward #1 right here have began protesting by saying that they need to boycott the elections.

Pancham Vihar Colony is situated in Ward 1 and voters listed below are popping out on the streets and expressing their anger towards the general public representatives.

As quickly as occasion candidates got here to know concerning the protest, they rushed to the spot and tried to please the voters. Throughout this, an Unbiased candidate Vinod Mali and former councillor Nandanraj Jain entered into an argument whereas the residents requested the candidates to not politicise the difficulty. The protest continued for greater than an hour and whereas speaking to the media individuals, locals shared their issues about cleanliness, avenue lights and others.

They claimed that they don’t seem to be getting any of the services and have lodged complaints with the SDM, CMO to the senior officers sitting in Ratlam district headquarters, however all their complaints have fallen on deaf ears. Failing to get any response, we determined to not vote, locals stated.

After about one hour of protest, naib tehsildar Mukesh Soni together with Alot police station in-charge BL Bhabhar reached the spot and talked to the residents and guaranteed them to unravel the issue quickly and by taking immediate motion on the difficulty of water cleansing and prohibition of heavy automobiles.

A delegation of the residents met SDM Manisha Vaskale and knowledgeable the officer about all the issues. The SDM instantly ordered the CMO to make preparations for cleanliness and lighting within the colony, after which the residents of the colony ended their protest.

Pancham Vihar Colony has not but been handed over to the Municipal Council, on account of which the council has not been capable of present services there. The residents of the colony have additionally lodged an FIR towards the coloniser for the issues. However no motion has been taken on that additionally.

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