Demand for STP at Madhu Vihar raised in Delhi Assembly
Polluted water from Palam & Janak Puri areas flow through Dwarka
New Delhi, Jan. 4 (Delhi Crown): A demand for installing an STP (sewage treatment plant) at Madhu Vihar was raised in the Delhi Assembly on Tuesday. Today was the concluding day of the 2-day Assembly session.
Raising the demand, an MLA belonging to the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said that a drain passes through several areas of Dwarka, in South West Delhi, and connects with the Najafgarh Drain.
He said that this drain carries polluted water from Palam and Janak Puri areas.
The ruling party MLA said that a STP should be installed at Madhu Vihar to treat the sewage water which adversely affects the residents of Dwarka. “The polluted water that flows through this drain in Dwarka area leads to leakage of gas from electronic appliances like ACs, Refrigerators etc. People have been facing this problem for many years,” he said.
The MLA further said that if an STP was built at Madhu Vihar, it would surely result in cleaning of Yamuna which has remained a gigantic task for the Delhi Government so far.