Mangaluru: Mayor Kavitha Sanil along with the MCC team diconnected the illegal water connections to "Vailankanni’s Abode Apartment" in Maryhill on Monday.
The builder had permission from the Corporation for water lines and electricity on for construction of the Apartment. However the builder did not have permission from MCC for water lines, but continued the same. There were 24 flats in the building among which only 13 of them were occupied.
Vailankanni’s Abode lacked a proper drainage system. Every night the sewage was being drained to the next compound due to which there was bad odour and has been a breeding place for mosquitoes. Prior to the construction of this building the surrounding was well maintained.
Mayor warned the builder to pay the penalty to MCC for misusing the water connections as well as electricity for five years.
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