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Gurugram councillors take on officials for not implementing approved projects

Our Correspondent

Gurugram, December 27

The Municipal Company of Gurugram (MCG) assembly was marred by uproar as councillors accused officers of not implementing beforehand permitted initiatives. The councillors have additionally demanded a good investigation within the instances and motion in opposition to non-public companies concerned within the monetary scams.

Proposals for a number of improvement works have been permitted within the assembly, together with the MCG to keep up public locations of the HSVP, title of the biodiversity park within the title of former Chief Minister Rao Virendra Singh, elimination of unlawful avenue distributors close to the colleges and rising the price for the upkeep of parks from Rs 3 to Rs 4 per sq meter.

Within the Basic Home assembly, Municipal Councillor Mithlesh Barwal of Ward 1 proposed set up of sewer line on all income routes within the ward, connecting it with the grasp sewer line from Bajghera Chowk to Sarai Alavardi STP, from Swaroop Backyard to Sarai STP.

Councillor Shakuntala Yadav demanded completion of potable water provide by stand submit within the restricted space of the Ordnance Depot, Chandan Vihar, Sai Kunj, Shankar Vihar, Sahib Kunj, Ganga Vihar and EZ block of Ward 2.

Councillor Ravindra Yadav gave info on numerous pending estimates associated to Ward 3 and renaming of biodiversity park positioned at MG Street after Rao Virendra Singh. Councillor Virendraraj Yadav gave proposal for indoor badminton courtroom in Dundahera village. Mayor Madhu Azad stated officers ought to get the event works finished on precedence foundation.

Commissioner Mukesh Kumar Ahuja stated the officers involved ought to take additional motion on the idea of the resolutions handed after deliberation on the proposals by the members within the assembly. A sub-committee was fashioned within the final assembly to extend the quantity given for the upkeep of the parks. Whereas submitting the report ready by the sub-committee, it was stated it could be acceptable to repair the upkeep quantity to Rs 4 per sq meter. In his action-taken report relating to the closed water ATMs and ads positioned on them, Joint Commissioner (HQ) Hariom Atri stated the water ATMs which weren’t functioning could be issued notices for the restoration and cancellation of tenders.

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