Historically, Gurgaon has about 30 bundhs in the city dating from the post-Independence era. These were built for flood water control and water management along its villages. As villages gave way to the megapolis, the bundhs became sights for solid waste dumping, illegal encroachment and open defecation. The nullahs carry grey water and garbage from the neighboring areas, and are lying dry in some places.

Nallah Cleaning & Maintenance Process

As a part of the Bundh Rejuvenation Project of 2015, the Nallahs that ran along were also to be cleaned and de-clogged.

The Nallah today is a smooth flowing water channel and serves as a model for cleaning other drains as well.

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