Collector Suddenly Arrived To See The Cleanliness In The Colonies

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Giving a stern warning, said, now if the dirt is found in the city, then action will be taken against the mate

fold. Navratri is going on these days. The number of dengue patients has crossed one hundred. At such a time, the collector suddenly left on Wednesday to see the cleanliness of the city. During this, visiting the colonies of many wards of the city, not only saw the cleanliness system but also took stock of the dumping areas. During the inspection, the collector has given instructions to suspend the cleaning mate of ward 23, Devendra Malviya, taking serious objection on getting the dirt and not picking up the garbage from the dump site.
Along with this, the Collector also ordered the CMO to issue notices to Sanjay Karosiya, Maharaj Singh Jatav and Vijay Parolia. During the city tour, the collector visited AB Road, Soni Colony, Mathkari Colony, Railway Station Road, Mahavirpura, Bhargava Colony, MLA Colony, Bypass Road, Bajranggarh Road, Nayapura etc. and took stock of the cleanliness arrangements and garbage collection. See center.
Collector gave these instructions to CMO
While instructing CMO Tej Singh Yadav, who was present during the inspection, the Collector said that from the front, keep in mind that the garbage in the city should not remain dumped on the roadside. The garbage should be taken to the dumping ground. Because the garbage spreads due to the garbage lying on the side of the road. Which makes people sick. Keeping the city clean is the responsibility of the municipality, which should be performed well. Apart from this, the Collector talked to the shopkeepers and advised them not to spread dirt in front of his shop and the dump. In the end, the Collector instructed the Chief Municipal Officer to maintain the cleanliness system in the city.

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