MC holds various programmes to ensure top position in Swachh Survekshan 2019

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Nov 2018 10:55:32


 

Staff Reporter,

The Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) is carrying out a number of programmes to ensure top position in Swachh Survekshan 2019. Hence to take stock of on-going activities under the Survekshan, Municipal Commissioner, Chandramauli Shukla, on Monday took a review meeting of all concerned departments and gave necessary directions to senior officials.


During the meeting Shukla asked officials to work with full dedication and devotion to ensure first position of city in the Survekshan. He said the achievement would add to the honour of the city and citizens too.
Later, he also asked senior officials to conduct special drive and seize polythene carry bags. He directed concerned officials to seize at least 100 tons of polythene carry bags every week and dispose off the same at Kathonda plant. He also asked for maintaining needed cleanliness and facilities in all public toilets and urinals.


Addressing the meeting he directed senior health inspections and health inspections to conduct special cleanliness drive in the city and realize spot fine from shopkeepers, road side vendors kiosks, hotel and restaurants owners for creating uncleanliness. He said those who deny to pay fine must be dealt sternly. Shukla asked officials to seize shops and kiosks of concerned person. He directed the health officials to conduct the drive for two months in all 79 wards of the city.


Later, he also directed senior officials of health department to ensure proper cleaning of drains and nullahs after Diwali. He said there is need of further improvement in cleanliness arrangements. Hence he directed officials to prepare a workplan and implement the same.


During the meeting the Municipal Commissioner asked Assistant Commissioner, Gajendra Singh Nagesh and Deputy Commissioner, Rakesh Ayachi to conduct special drive and rid people of stray cattle menace. He asked the officials to direct Haka gang to catch stray cattle from city streets.


Expressing displeasure over uncleanliness in public toilets and urinals, Shukla directed senior officials to get ensure proper cleanliness in public toilets and urinals, which have been operated by private agencies within a week time.
He also asked to lodge FIR against agencies which are paying negligence in cleanliness work. He also asked health officials to ply special vehicle in all wards of the city and collect stray cattle’s dung and dispose of the same scientifically.