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Clogged drains outside DHQ Bajaur irk patients, visitors

Clogged drains outside DHQ Bajaur irk patients, visitors
October 10, 2017

KHAR, 10, October: The clogged drain forces the commuters to wade through flooded road outside Agency Headquarters Hospital that speak volumes about indifference and poor sanitation services of the political administration.

Patients and their attendants visiting the hospital have been faced with immense problems due to the foul smell arising and flood road from the blocked drain.

They criticized the concerned department of the agency for its poor municipal services and said that the drain often remained clogged.

They said that sometimes local shopkeepers remove the waste that was thrown in it on self-help.

Patients and their attendants lamented the poor municipal service and said that the clogged drain was providing a breeding ground to mosquitoes.

They urged the political administration to take notice of the negligence on part of the municipal services and remove the waste and open the drain. Officials at the hospital complained unavailability of funds to construct the drain.


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