Residents of Tawargha have protested the difficult living conditions they face after returning to their city, demanding compensation, improved services, and the removal of war debris.

The demands were made in a memorandum submitted to the Tawargha Local Council, which was published on its Facebook page on Thursday.

In the memorandum, the residents called on the government to compensate them, urging the general electricity company to supply homes with electricity through the grid instead of the generator, extend the water network to residential neighbourhoods, and open road paths to delineate the city's landmarks.

They also demanded various measures, such as maintaining administrative, service, and educational centres, supporting young personnel, removing war remnants, and forming committees to pressure the government to meet their demands.


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