About Society

Salogra is situated on the NH22, 6 km uphill beyond Solan. It is a small picturesque hamlet with about 40 flats in the area.

Residents of these flats decided to formulate an association to look after their own affairs. A list of the office-bearers of the association is appended elsewhere.

The complex which has since been named as “Salogra Greens”, has turned out to be well developed and one of the best residential facilities in the area.

However, permit me to share with you all residents some of the problems that we have been facing and trying to resolve. The main problem was that of drinking water for which the source is a tubewell. This water contained very high levels of iron, which are detrimental for human health. After a lot of work done by your Executive Committee, it was decided to install a filtration plant to filter out iron and other impurities from water. This has since been done and I hope all of you will get fresh, potable drinking water on your next visit to Salogra Greens.

Street lights have been installed on the drive leading from NH22 to the flats, which have lit up the area well and driving on this road is not only safe at night but a pleasure. A timer switch has been fitted to switch ON & OFF the street lights.

We have received immense help from the whole Executive Committee, especially the president, Mr. Vijay Talla and Mr. Pratik Gupta. As usual, Mr. Anoop Khanna, the treasurer, has been working over time.

It is with great pleasure, that I inform you about our new permanent resident Mr. Netarpal Sharma, who lives at Salogra Greens with his daughter Ms. Surbhi and son-in-law. Their young effervescent grand-daughter is an asset to the community.

I am still looking forward to receiving suggestions from members of the Salogra Greens community for improvement of our environment and living conditions. Please be kind enough to forward the same through this website at your earliest.

In case, you feel anything is not to your liking, please convey that also.



Capt Reet MP Singh, VrC (Retd)

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