Now if debris is dumped on the road, no escaping, fine will be charged

The Municipal Corporation has initiated action to prevent accidents due to construction material or debris being spread on the road. Municipal Commissioner Vinay Shankar Pandey has formed two teams and issued a complaint number (8047097506). With this number, people can complain about debris spreading in their area on the corporation’s cleanliness app. The corporation took action on Monday and Tuesday and collected the invoice tax fine of 26 people.

Due to the construction work of houses and shops in the city, including the ongoing government work in all the roads and streets, the construction materials keep spreading. Often people put debris on the road even after digging or sabotage in their plot. Due to this, there is a risk of an accident. Many people in two-wheeler have also suffered injuries due to sliding into debris. Apart from this, traffic is also jammed.

On this issue, the city commissioner ordered the action of the deputy city commissioner and senior city health officer, and appointed two teams as nodal officers and formed two teams. The team was provided with two assistant engineers, two under engineers, two mats, 10 sweepers, two tractor trolleys and a JCB machine. The city commissioner said that on Monday, the team made invoices of 18 people, while on Tuesday, the action was taken against eight people. In this, the teams picked up ten trolley debris and designed the roads.

Action here

In two days, the corporation teams took action in Sahasradhara Road, Kewal Vihar, EC Road, Sahasradhara Helipad Road, Raipur Road, Canal Road, Dalanwala and Survey Chowk, etc.

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