The Municipal Corporation, which is running a sanitization campaign to prevent corona infection in the city, has also started exercising to stop the outbreak of dengue. On the second day of the two-day meeting convened under it, the Mayor on Friday churned with the councilors from 51 to 100 wards of the city to stop the spread of dengue.
In the meeting held in the Municipal Corporation auditorium, Mayor Gama asked the councilors that the list of places where the pits are should be made available to the health section of the corporation. The councilors were instructed to appeal to the people of their ward not to collect water in pots, coolers, old towers, etc. If water is collected in pots or other items, orders have been issued by the corporation to deduct up to Rs 500. Municipal Commissioner Vinay Shankar Pandey was told that the work of cleaning all the major drains of the city will begin. During this time, officers of the corporation including the councilors were also present in the meeting.
4.20 lakh house tax collected
On Friday, under the action of house tax collection initiated under Unlock-1, the Municipal Corporation received a tax of Rs. Four lakh and twenty thousand. Along with this, 20 birth and 20 death certificates were issued. For birth-death certificates, tokens are being distributed to 25 people daily.
Successful District Magistrate Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava said that the dengue-malaria eradication campaign is being conducted in the district every Wednesday and Saturday. A lockdown has been carried out on Saturday for the prevention of COVID-19 infection. He appealed to the people that during this time everyone should cooperate in making the dengue-malaria eradication campaign a success. He said that the common people should not let water get collected in the pots, empty pots, tires of their place of residence.