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Bulk of Garbage in the Dividers


The City Which Is Famous for His History and Fastest Growing City in the World Know as Aurangabad, For Last 6 Months Garbage Issue Is also contributing For the Popularity of the City. Aurangabad Produce 430 Metric tons Of Garbage Daily Earlier Aurangabad Municipal Corporation Dumped the City Garbage in Naregaon Area but Now it Is Highly Populated Area and They Were not allowing the It. Because Garbage Pollution Was the Main Reason, They Were Suffering From Various Bacterial Diseases. Gastrointestinal, Stomach Pain, Vomiting & Diarrhea Etc.
Now The Roads Divider’s Came in Light Basically Divider Divide the Road in Two Equal Parts but Citizens Are Throwing or Dumping Garbage on Divider Azad Chowk to Ram Mandir Road Divider Half Filled with Garbage and Dogs and Goat Finding Food in This Garbage and Unfortunately there Are Eating Something Which Is Harmful For Their Body.
Mr. G.L Deshmukh Veterinary Doctor Said ‘ Garbage Pollution Is Harmful For Human Being as Well as Animals In case Of Animals Specially  Dogs And Goat They Eat Something Hygienic From The Garbage It Causes Stomach Pain , Leptospirosis In This Dog Can be Die, I Appeal Please Don’t Put Garbage On The Roads.
Aurangabad Municipal Corporation Must Maintain the Current Situation of Dividers and Should Plant Flowers or Tree in Dividers It Will also Looks Amazing and No one Can Try to Dump Garbage on Divider.


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