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The state government has planned newer
cities like Thane, Navi Mumbai and Dom-
bivli around Mumbai to decongest the is-
land city. But at the same time, the govern-
ment must ensure that these new places be-
ing developed also have the requisite
amenities and facilities like the megacity.
Since 1996, I have been living in Mira
Road. Being close to Borivli, the suburb has
developed tremendously over the last
decade. It happens to be a dream destina-
tion for working couples. There are good
educational institutes, B-schools, engi-
neering colleges, shopping malls and large
townships coming up. While the suburb is
growing, some facilities haven’t kept pace
with the development.
The waste from buildings or commercial
establishments is never cleared for weeks
together. Some time ago, I tried to find out
from the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Cor-
poration officials, they said, there is a prob-
lem with the dumping ground, which is
why the collection is erratic.
Elected representatives sitting in the
municipal corporation should be able to
provide the answers.
If one walks across Mira Road, visitors
are greeted with garbage at the gates of
housing societies, schools and shops