Minister Raut has been ignoring letters from North Nagpur residents for the past 17 years: Ex-corporator in Congress

Manoj Sangole says a large number of people are suffering from a water shortage . Sangole says the MVA cabinet has failed to solve North Nagpurs problems .

NAGPUR (New York) – On Saturday, alleged guardian minister Nitin Raut hasnt responded to his numerous letters on North Nagpur's past 17 years, former corporator Manoj Sangole fired potshots at the minister and the village council at the Lok Samvaad.Sangole is a senior Congress neta from Raut's North Nagpur constituency.Sangole claims that a large number of people are suffering from a water shortage.A year ago, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) built a drinking water pipeline in three localities, but supply hasn't begun yet.

He also criticized Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) for failing to take steps against a football club for recovering charges from players who broke rules.He also alleged that the NMC isn't providing basic services to the flat scheme that was developed under the SRA program.North Nagpur's people elected me four times and my wife once, according to Sangole.Raut hasn't replied to my letters in 17 years nor addressed issues during his tenure as state minister.

In fact, the MVA cabinet has failed to solve North Nagpur's problems, according to the Congress neta, even as the MVA chief sent NMC letters to the state government.Raut did not give officials instructions on how to address issues raised by me.Sangole said he said I should leave the program and look at all the problems.According to Raut's instructions, the district administration organized the first-ever Lok Samvaad during MVA's tenure.

There were maximum 54 complaints filed against the NMC, 46 to the district administration, NIT (20), city survey office (15), MSEDCL (13), Zilla Parishad (10), police (8), tribal (6), public works department (4), Mhada, agriculture (2 each) and one each from other departments.Only a handful of people said that their problems haven't been resolved for over a decade.Raut said he would personally look at the issues and address some of the issues at the Mantralaya level.The district information office was notified that some bugs had been fixed at the program itself, according to the district information office.

Officials from 35 departments responded to the emails, including CP Amitesh Kumar, municipal commissioner Radhakrishnan B, CEO of ZP Yogesh Kumbhejkar, NMC additional municipal commissioner Ram Joshi, NIT general manager Nishikant Sukhe, and others.