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BJP ex-MLA meets Kejriwal over colony’s condition

Former BJP legislator Vijay Jolly on Sunday met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and raised the issue of poor living conditions in the city’s largest unauthorised colony Sangam Vihar.

He said he met the Chief Minister at his Civil Lines residence here and submitted a memorandum on severe shortage of potable water and lack of sewerage in the colony, apart from a list of demands to improve living conditions of the colony residents.

He said he hoped that the government will take action to redress the grievances of the colony residents.

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