The intention of this intensive cleanliness drive is to keep the particular ward with all facilities like, filling of pot holes, footpath, street lighting, cleaning nalas, lifting of accumulated garbage, C&D waste, spraying and fogging operations, removing unauthorized flexis, banners, taking up engineering repair works, intensive sweeping etc.
Speaking on the occasion, the Mayor said for one crore population nearly 20,000 sanitation workers were striving very hard day and night to keep the city clean. However, he said some people were throwing garbage at open places instead of handing over it to Swachh Auto worker to avoid payment of Rs. 50 monthly charges.
This is evident from observing that garbage is piling at open places and also at dust bin daily. To control this menace GHMC is proposing to keep CC camera at Garbage vulnerable points to levy penalties and punishment.
Further, he appealed the citizens to co-operate with the GHMC in keeping the city clean, and said as we keep our houses and establishments neat and clean it is also our responsibility to keep our surrounding clean.
The apartment people and colony people should keep the garbage of all residents at one particular place so that the Swachh Auto worker can lift the garbage from single point instead of collecting it from each house hold there by save time and enables to cover more area.
MLA Sudheer Reddy said that due to lack of coordination with the wings, duplication of work is more such as after desilting of nalas, repair of road works and cleaning of drainage the waste material is left un lifted and after some time the same material comes in nalas and drains there by wasting manpower and money and requested not to repeat such mistakes while executing other works in future.
Special Commissioner for Sanitation Sujathat Gupta while addressing the gathering said GHMC is taking up 360 degree angle work of a particular ward by coordinating with all wings of GHMC like engineering wing, sanitation, electrical, entomology etc.,
Zonal Commissioner Upendra Reddy, Deputy Commissioners Vijay Krishna, Shailaja, B. Krishna Shekar, Maruti Diwakar, H. Krishnaiah and AMOHs of L.B.Nagar division have participated in the programme. (INN)