<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The people of Hebatpur were offered a dream when their village was incorporated in the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) limits a few years ago. However, the reality is a tragic tale where muddy roads and peeled-off surfaces have reduced all hopes to ashes.Shivangi Vaidya, whose child studies at the Euro school in the villages, had sought the high court’s intervension through a public interest litigation (PIL) petitioner, reminding AMC to provide the basic services.After Vaidya alleged that the roads leading to her village and the beyond the railway crossing are in poor state, first division bench of Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy and Justice Vipul Pancholi issued notice to the civic body.According to the petitioner’s advocate, Mukesh Vaidhya, the roads leading to the Euro school is unpaved and needs immediate attention of the civic body to avoid accidents. The children and the parents face a lot of trouble while dropping their kids to the school, the plea alleged.The villagers, who are also facing the same plight, are unable to take up the issue, the petition said, adding that it is the AMC’s primary duty to provide basic services. The petitioner has pleaded the court that it direct the civic body to immediately repair the roads of the village.CIVIC WOESAlthough Hebatpur was added to AMC limits a few years ago, residents are denied of basic amenities like good roads.
The petitioner has pleaded the court to ask the civic body to immediately repair the linking roads to the village.