The Bahadurke Textile and Knitwear Association is going through though time as the November 15 deadline for starting a new Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) is approaching, but the Municipal Corporation authorities are not happy by the approach of the association.
Around 26 dyeing unit owners at Bahadurke Road were served notices for disconnection of sewer lines from the MC’s main sewer. MC Commissioner Kamalpreet Brar said, “Today, association members had come to submit their representation. They should have accomplished the task within the stipulated time, especially when they had committed it to the NGT. Their discharge is choking our sewer lines. But now this issue is to be dealt with at the MC General House meeting. Their representation has been moved to the Mayor today itself. Action will be taken accordingly by the House.”
A few days back, the MC authorities had served notices to association members to disconnect their connections from the MC’s main sewer lines by November 15 else it was to be cut. MC authorities said several deadlines were crossed but the association had not been able to start CETP.