Corruption in Municipalities

There was a Rain water flooding in our colony due to pipe broken when digging took place outside our colony. The municipal contractor did nothing about the problem created by him.
We made complaint to our local Municipal compotator, Mr. Anil Kokil, who solved the said problem within 10 hours.
My advise to all Mumbai citizen that for problems regarding Municipal jobs, Instead to promoting corruption, approach your local corporate. more  

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Yes this is good suggestion, and there are other options too, like making online complaints, or call up control room for issues of respective municipal corporation as well. We all must try and avoid any kind of bribing to stop this practice please more  
Good to hear that some one listen and solve problem.... more  
in bihar nitish kumar is also not short out the problem for common people more  
I too follow it, when I see any problem in our area I complained the same with video in Whatsapp to our corporator Ms. Anjali Walunj and she takes immediate action at Vashi, Sector-15. more  
Municipalities are known for Corruption. more  
They are all corrupt along with the Registrar offices and the coutrs staff. more  
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