Thursday, October 27, 2016

Preventive Action

The rains are on the way to Chennai with monsoon supposed to pick up in few days; the work on prevention of rainwater to flood has been going on for last two days at our house. Glad the owners of our row houses decided, at last, to take preventing measures to keep away the rainwater entering the houses has made us all breathe easy and also drops our  plan of shifting house. We have informed our landlord that we’re shifting house this month end and were also almost confirmed a house in the same street, but for some unknown reason  they denied renting their home and we were looking some other ones. At the same time the tenant of the other house in the row urged their house owner (who connected with other two) to make certain the rainwater doesn’t flood the homes and work started within a week of discussion made hold our plan.



People know that last year’s monsoon turned out to be a disaster and we were not ready to take risk by believing it won’t rain that much… although it isn’t certain of any kind, precaution has been the only way. We were disappointed with the landlord of ours when they haven’t take a step in preventing the food even after the torrential rains stopped and moreover haven’t take a look into the home to examine the damages. So we had no hope on them making arrangement for preventing water, but thanks to our next-door tenant and because of his pressure they come together for a solution. And as an initial step they are building a ramp in front of the house to block road water entering the premises and reconstructed a wall that was damaged. The drainage system is also supposed to rise and talk with corporation people has been put forward. 

It seems like I could not come out of the house for next few days until the work completes. Just a  day left for Deepavali, the festival of lights, it looks like the celebration is restrain within our premises and I think I’m going to miss going out in nights during the Diwali to watch fireworks ignited in the neighborhood. Though it gives me slight disappointment, I understand the importance of the preventive action which is indeed significant than any other. I really couldn’t believe things happening on our favor, because the landlord side wasn’t bit hopeful towards us to continue our stay at this house that’s comfort at many ways. The flood water (during rainy season) has been the only trouble for us at this house, and if it was solved there isn’t a problem to sustain though there are some which is adjustable. 

My festival greetings to all those celebrate Deepavali. 

10 comments:

Lady Fi said...

Happy Deepavali to you and yours. So glad they are finally putting up some barriers against flooding.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I've heard of the monsoons that hit your area - and it's a good thing that preparations are happening. I'm sorry you might miss the festival, though. I hope you're able to stay safe.

Twilight Man said...

Happy Deepavali to you and family.
Hope everyone will stay dry and healthy during this festive seasons.
I am sure your family will be blessed with a better home that prevents flooding in the future.
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ashok said...

Happy Deepavali Jeevan...God bless you!

TexWisGirl said...

i am so glad the landlord has agreed to do something to help! and hopefully it will work well and you won't be impacted this monsoon season!

Destination Infinity said...

Good that they are taking preventive action. Although I guess the rains may not be as much as last year! Happy Deepavali to you and your family, Jeevan :)

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Krishna/കൃഷ്ണ said...

Happy Diwali 2016

Rajesh said...

It is good to take preventive measures, rather than being reactive.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Glad that you are safe and glad that they are taking preventative action!!

Sandhya said...

Hope that we don't face the disastrous rains this year!

Hope you had a good Deepawali, Jeevan!