Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika chairperson Anju Agarwal has started a cleanliness campaign in the city. The campaign is aimed at reducing waste and making the city cleaner. This initiative is also linked to chairperson Anju Agarwal's plan to improve the environmental conditions of Muzaffarnagar. The municipal body has also announced that people carelessly throwing garbage will be fined.
During the cleanliness drive in the city, Nagarpalika chairperson Anju Agarwal inspected the cleaning of drains in Ward No. 18. Apart from this, the cleanliness work was also carried out in the Circular Road area.
Additionally, a notice will be issued to those who spread the garbage in the city. The municipality can also impose fines on such people.
According to National Green Tribunal (NGT) orders, those who spread dirt can be fined up to five thousand rupees.
Prior to the monsoon, cleaning of the city's drains is to be completed. The municipal body has hired cleanliness workers for this. Drains throughout the city are being cleared with machines.
Chairperson Anju Agarwal inaugurated the cleaning drive the drains after reaching ward no. 18. Here the shopkeepers had broken the drain. Debris was removed and cleaning started as soon as the chairperson started the campaign. Anju Agarwal asked the residents and shopkeepers not to block the drains.
In addition to this, the cleaning campaign was started in front of Circular Road and Vikas Bhawan. Around 80 employees were involved in the entire campaign. During this time, Engineer Ashok Agarwal, City Health Officer Dr. RS Rathi, Members Nagarpalika Rani Saxena, Sanitary Inspector Umakant Sharma, Sanjay Singh, Gopal Tyagi, and SK Bittu were also present.
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