pune news | The issue of Haffkine Colony is in the court of the state government, MLA Anna Bansode met the Minister of Food and Drug Administration
Pimpri: The residences of Class IV employees of Jeev Raksha Nirman Nigam Prativish and Rakt Jal (Haffkine) Pimpri have become extremely dangerous. Through a structural audit, the corporation has been informed that the colony is extremely dangerous to live in. Drawing the attention of the state government on this issue, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MLA Anna Bansode has demanded construction of new houses for 96 families.
In this regard, MLA Bansode met Food and Drug Administration Minister Sanjay Rathod and submitted a memorandum to him. It added that the staff quarters at Haffkine are in an extremely dangerous condition. It may collapse any time, posing a threat to the lives of the employees living there and their families. Haffkine Life Pharmaceuticals Corporation plays a vital role in maintaining the good and healthy health of the nation. Equally important is the involvement of the employees in growing this organization.
The building is 50 years old
Class IV employees in the company are working on very meager wages. Since they have a place to live, their family life is going smoothly till date. There are about 96 families living in the company’s colony. Although the house in which they live is about 50 years old and dilapidated. On January 10, 2023, the Public Works Department conducted a structural audit of this house. In this, living in staff colonies has been described as very dangerous.
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96 families should be given new houses
The PWD report informed the corporation that the colony should not be used and the residents should vacate the residences immediately. Considering this matter seriously, new houses should be given to 96 families. In a memorandum, MLA Bansode demanded that alternative arrangements should be made for his stay during this period. On this, Minister Rathore has instructed the Principal Secretary to take immediate appropriate action on this, said MLA Bansode.