“People don’t want to buy vegetables coated in fine dust,” he says.
On one side of it are Sion Koliwada and Guru Tegh Bahadar Nagar Station on the Harbour Line.
When it was first developed, plans for basic amenities such as roads, drainage pipes and markets were not included.
The other side opens to a recently developed road connecting Chunabhatti highway and theMHADA constructed about 100 buildings as transit camps in the area and then about 60 to 70 buildings for general housing.
But in one particular area, the situation seems even grimmer, with potential health ramifications.
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