Roads in Delhi to be pothole-free within a month: Sisodia
Undertaking the charge for the Public Works Department, Dy CM Manish Sisodia held a meeting with officials to review progress of development projects.
“The residents of Delhi would now get rid of pothole-free roads within a month. If there is a defect in the construction of any road, the concerned engineer will be held responsible for it. The Public Works Department of Delhi will soon launch an app, which would enable the residents of Delhi to register their complaints against the poor infrastructure of roads,” he said.
The PWD Minister Sisodia ordered the PWD officers in this regard during a review meeting on Friday.
He reiterated the Delhi Government’s commitment to provide better facilities to the residents of Delhi, which includes better roads.
During the meeting, Sisodia directed the officers that the entire stretch of roads of total 1,300 km of length that falls under the PWD Delhi should be inspected; the patches, which require any repairs, should be mended within a month.
He directed the officials to ensure that the roads should be repaired in an efficient manner, with no delays or nuisance. If any defects are found, an action would be initiated against the concerned engineers.