Anju Agarwal

  • Like every year, people of Muzaffarnagar celebrated the festival of Krishna Janmashtami with great joy and enthusiasm, emphasizing its cultural significance. Shardein School, a leading public school in the city, hosted a special cultural program on the auspicious occasion.

  • Muzaffarnagar Municipal Council president Anju Aggarwal had sent JCB machine to open the closed drains on Roorkee road this morning to resolve the problems raised in a recent conference of Roorkee Road Traders Association. But when the chairperson herself reached the spot, she was surprised to see that the drains were closed for years.

  • Muzaffarnagar Municipal Council chairperson, Anju Agarwal has recently inaugurated a reboring project in ward number 10, Muzaffarnagar. This is part of her far-reaching efforts to ensure easy access to water supply throughout the city.

  • Muzaffarnagar Municipal Council chairperson, Anju Agarwal has been known for her enthusiastic involvement in an array of cleanliness drives throughout the city. The chairperson is known for her warm relationship with people from every social and religious background.

  • Anju Agarwal, the chairperson of Muzaffarnagar Municipal Council, does not limit her responsibilities to sitting in the office and overseeing administrative processes. Instead, she often goes out of her office premises to have a firsthand experience of ongoing development projects in the city.

  • Anju Agarwal, the chairperson of Muzaffarnagar Municipal Council, recently inspected the Municipality Girls Inter College school. The surprise inspection was part of her efforts to ensure quality education in the city's public sector schools. The Girls Inter College is especially important for the municipal leader as it comes under direct administration of the municipality

  • Muzaffarnagar municipal council chairperson Anju Agarwal concluded the Kanwar service camp organized by BSNL. First, the chairperson distributed 'Prasa' among the devotees of Lord Shiva and then interacted with the pilgrims participating in the annual Kanwar Yatra.

  • Anju Agarwal, Muzaffarnagar Nagar Palika chairperson, recently inaugurated the oldest and the biggest Kanwar Seva Shivir (a service camp for pilgrims of Kanwar Yatra) in the city. Located at Meenakshi Chowk, the service camp was started after following all rituals.

  • Muzaffarnagar municipal council chairperson Anju Agarwal inspected the Municipality Girls Inter College school current administration. She found that no teacher was present in the classrooms.

  • Anju Agrawal, Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika chairperson, inspected the preparations for Kanwar Yatra 2019 in the city. She was accompanied by officials and members of the municipal council. Kanwar Yatra is an annual pilgrimage undertaken by devotees of Lord Shiva (Shiv Bhakts). The devotees are popularly known as Kanwariyas.

  • Muzaffarnagar Nagar Palika Parishad chairperson, Anju Agarwal, inaugurated the redeveloped area at Ahilyabai Chowk. It marked the completion of her dream beautification project in the city.

  • Preparations have been ramped up for the upcoming Kanwar Yatra that will pass through Muzaffarnagar. The Kanwar road is being repaired and beautification measures are underway at Ahilya Bai Chowk. Painting the dividers, repairing damaged areas, and various other measures are being taken for the upcoming religious event.

  • Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika Chairperson Anju Agarwal has made extensive changes in the responsibilities of ​municipal clerks. Some clerks have been transferred while others have been given additional tasks.

  • More than 50 veterans of Muzaffarnagar who has crossed the age of 90  were honored by Nagarik Suraksha Parishad (Citizens' Security Council) of Muzaffarnagar. Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika Parishad Chairperson Anju Agarwal and the city SP Omvir Singh attended the program as the chief guests.

  • Muzaffarnagar Municipal Corporation, led by Anju Agarwal, has planned to build a multi-story library building on Town Hall Road. The library is part of the city's development scheme and will also have a digital library section.

  • 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.

  • Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika Chairperson Anju Agarwal has said that development work will speed up in the district after the removal of Model Code of Conduct for 2019 Lok Sabha elections. She mentioned various construction and development projects that were stopped due to the code of conduct.