“Do not seal community halls used for educational purposes in Pune”
RPI leaders also met with City Commissioner Vikram Kumar and demanded that there be no water cuts in Bakri Eid which falls on July 10.
PUNE: The Republican Party of India (RPI) has demanded that the city administration take no action against community halls used for social and educational activities.
These community halls owned by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) located in the slums of the city have been sealed following reports of their misuse.
RPI leader and former deputy mayor Siddharth Dhende said: “Most of the community halls are used for kindergarten and social activities. Instead of sealing these rooms, PMC should carry out a physical investigation and reopen these places at the earliest. »
RPI leaders also met with City Commissioner Vikram Kumar and demanded that there be no water cuts in Bakri Eid which falls on July 10. The party also asked PMC to rectify the errors found in the draft electoral list by district.
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