The BJP on Thursday apprised Lt Governor Najeeb Jung of the condition of houses in Khera Kalan village, where over 17 houses have been declared dangerous for residing.
"I met Jung-ji today (Thursday) and apprised him of the dangerous condition of the houses there, which have developed cracks," BJP's Delhi state unit chief Satish Upadhyay told IANS.
"He was very positive and listened to the problems of the people of the village very patiently. He has given me two days' time to look into the matter," the BJP leader added.
Attacking the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government, the BJP leader said, "The government is still sleeping and they haven't acted until now. Even the local MLA has not visited the area."
"The government has got the houses vacated, but no compensation has been paid to them," Upadhyay alleged.
Earlier on Wednesday, Upadhyay visited Khera Kalan in north Delhi and assured the residents of help. Those living in the houses which have developed cracks are forced to spend the night at others' places.
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