People keep falling in the open sewers and end up getting wounded at Nalanda Nagar, Ghatkopar. The residing community is afraid for their children who are most susceptible to this hazard and demand the drains to be covered as soon as possible. Through this video, Community Correspondent Zulekha puts forth the community's demand to the Ward Councilor, who can help in ensuring the sewers are fixed before the monsoon when the frequency of accidents rise.
We can help the community by calling or texting the Ward Councilor on 9870740909 in support of their cause.
Zulekha Sayyed reports from Mumbai, Maharashtra for IndiaUnheard
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