Cleanliness volunteers urge people to make city clean
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 09 Jan 2017 11:16:33|
The cleanliness volunteers are also working hard to make the public aware to get the number one rank in cleanliness for city in the country.
The Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has given responsibility to the enthusiastic youth to spread the
message of cleanliness by approaching the residential and commercial areas of city.
The volunteers went to many residential and commercial areas of city and called upon the local residents and traders to co-operate in the campaign for cleanliness by putting cleanliness cap and cleanliness badge. Apart from it, the stickers to display the determination to make the city number one in cleanliness, at homes and commercial establishment’s walls, are also being pasted.
The cleanliness volunteers filled with enthusiasm and devotion are appraising the local residents about the efforts being made by Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) in this direction, besides making them aware about the importance of cleanliness. These enthusiastic cleanliness volunteers are approaching different areas every day and give the message of cleanliness. The local residents are being made to take oath to keep their surroundings, residential colonies and city clean.
The Deputy Municipal Commissioner Rakesh Ayachi, Assistant Engineer Sunel Dubey and others were also present on the occasion.