85% of road gullies cleaned; remaining road gullies shall be cleaned within 10 days

85% of road gullies cleaned; remaining road gullies shall be cleaned within 10 days

MCC Constitutes flood control team during raining season

Chandigarh, June 29:-

Keeping in view of the coming monsoon season, Ms. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Chandigarh stated that MCC has already cleaned 85% of all the road gullies in the city and shall clean the remaining within 10 days. Also, 18 teams to control flood/water logging throughout city have been constituted.

The Commissioner took a progress report from the Superintending Engineer, Public Health wing in which he stated that the target date to complete the annual cleaning work of road gullies in various sectors/rehabilitation colonies/villages is of 7th July, 2022.  As per progress report, presently 30,000 road gullies out of total 35,000 road gullies (85%) stands cleaned mainly on the V-3, V-4, V-5 & V-6 roads till date. In order to meet the target date and owing to Monsoon, more labour has been deployed to complete the work by 7th July 2022.

The Commissioner constituted total 18 teams comprising of one SDE and JEs to remain active in field during rainy season. Two Control Centre at Water Filling Station Sector 15, Chandigarh with telephone number: 0172-2540200 and 2nd in Manimajra (Water Works-II, MHC) with telephone no. 0172-2738082 have also been made operational round the clock in three shifts along with telephone attendants where residents can lodge the complaints of water logging during rain. Additionally 04 team of workers will be deployed on night duty w.e.f. 01.07.2022 to handle the problem of water stagnation. The teams constituted for the purpose are as under:-

Sr. No. Name & Designation of Team    in-charge Area Entrusted Mobile No.
1 2 3. 4
1. Sh. Yogesh Aggarwal, SDE

Sh. Parminder Singh, JE

Sh. Parveen Attri, JE

Sector 1 to 7

Village Kaimbala, Khuda Ali Sher

2. Sh. Sanjeev Chauhan, SDE

Sh. Dheeraj, JE

Sector 8 to 12 98725-11359
3. Sh. Gurcharan Singh, SDE

Sh. Anurag Yadav JE

Sh. Sourav, J.E.

Dadumajra Colony & village Dhanas Sector 40,41,42, Attawa, Badhari, Butrela (alngth whole are of Sub Divison No.13), Sarangpur 98725-11356
4. Sh. Angrej Singh SDE

Sh. Simrandeep Singh, JE

Sh. Gurpeet Singh, JE

Sector 14 to 16, Khuda Lahora Colony, along with whole area of Sub Division No.18) 98725-11366
5. Sh. Gaurav Pal, SDE

Sh. Mohit Saini, JE

Sh. Jatinder Walia, JE

Mauli Jagran, Vikas Nagar, Raipur Kalan and Dariya along with whole area of Sub Division 98725-11339
6. Sh. Sanjeev Chauhan, SDE

Sh. Ajay Malik, JE

Sh. Gaurav Kamboj, JE

Sector 21,22,23,24 9871511359
7. Sh. Rajbir Singh, SDE

Sh. Bhupinder Kumar, JE

Sector 27, 28, Industrial Area Phase I & II, Colony No.4 9725-11352
8. Sh. Angrej Singh, SDE

Sh. Anwar Rahi, JE

Sector 43,44,45, Burail, Sector 52 to 61, 63, Kajheri, Palsora 98725-11366
9. Sh. Joginder Kumar, SDE

Sh. Amit Kumar J.E

Indira Colony, Subhash Nagar, Kishangarh modern Housing Complex, NAC Manimajra along with whole area of Sub Division No.20 98725-11350
10. Sh. Yashpal Kumar, SDE

Sh. Kulwinder Kumar, JE

Ramdarbar, Hallomajra, Village Behlana, Makhan Majra, Raipur Khurd 98725-11351
11. Sh. Harminder Singh, SDE

Sh. Dheeraj, JE

Sh. Sarabjit Singh, JE

Sector 25, Dhanas, Colony, Milk Colony, Aman Chaman Colony, Ambedkar Colony, H.B. Colony 98725-11241
12. Sh. Yash Pal Sharma, SDE

Sh. Ajay Bhardwaj, JE


Sector 46, 47, 48 98725-11351
13. Sh. Prabhdeep, SDE

Sh. Ashutosh, J.E.


Sector 49, 50, 51 98725-11320
14. Sh. Yashpal Gupta, SDE

Sh. Vinod Kumar, JE


Sector 17, 18, 19 98725-11249
15. Sh. Rajbir Singh, SDE

Sh. Bhupinder Kumar, JE

Sh. Charanjit Singh

Sector 20, 29, 30 (along with whole area of Sub Division No.12), Sector 26, Bapudham, Transport Area


16 Sh. Prabhdeep, SDE

Sh. Gaurav Kamboj, JE

Sh. Ashok Kumar, JE


Sector 31 to 34 98725-11320
17. Sh. Lalit Kumar, SDE

Sh. Parag Ravish, JE


Sector 35,36,37,38 98725-11248
18. Sh. Nirmal Singh, SDE

Sh. Sunil Kumar, JE

Sector 39,40, Maloya Village & Colony 98725-11233

All team leaders will arrange required labour for removal of blockage in storm water drainage during the period of rain in other than dry day time from the concerned Executive Engineers and team will also work under the supervision of divisional officers.  Sub Divisional Engineers of Road Wing of concerned area and MOH Wing will also move in their areas the sufficient labour to get any blockage removed at any point of Road due to depression/grass on berms or any other reason in the areas under their jurisdiction respectively.

The overall in charge will be Executive Engineer, Public Health Division No.4, Chandigarh. The teams will be operative w.e.f. 01.07.2022 to 30.09.2022

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