Gurugram admin will reward ₹ 1 crore to clean wards for maintaining streak for 2 months.


As part of an initiative to boost urban cleanliness, the Gurugram district administration has announced a scheme to reward the ward that maintains the highest standard of cleanliness for two consecutive months. 1 crore for local development, officials said on Saturday. Additionally, will be eligible for best wards for one month. 50 lakhs prize. The initiative was unveiled by Gurugram Divisional Commissioner RC Bidhani during a sanitation review meeting at the Ministry Secretariat on Saturday.

The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) has identified 25 bulk generators of secondary waste, issuing fines against violations to 19 tractor-trolleys operated by private agencies. (File Photo (Representative Image))

Commissioner Bidhani along with Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav and Municipal Commissioner Dr Narhari Singh Bangar will review the progress under the Solid Waste Environmental Management Program (SWEEP) with designated sanitation officers on Sunday, officials announced.

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Deputy Commissioner Yadav stressed on regular monitoring of door-to-door garbage collection and daily cleaning of secondary points. Strict action will be taken against littering in green belt areas. Additionally, GIS (Geographic Information System) mapping of secondary points will be updated regularly, and waste dumping will be restricted to specific areas,” he said. The list of secondary waste handling areas will also be included. will be developed, Yadav announced.

Bangar elaborated on the use of prize money for local development projects. “These initiatives include road construction or repair to enhance connectivity, park development to promote green spaces, and establishment or renovation of community centers. Funds are also used for other essential infrastructure works. will be done with the aim of improving the overall quality of life within the awardee wards,” he explained. Visited different sectors of Gurugram to monitor

The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) has identified 25 bulk generators of secondary waste, issuing fines against violations to 19 tractor-trolleys operated by private agencies. The corporation has also registered four First Information Reports (FIRs) on illegal dumping based on complaints from residents.

Malibu Town RWA Floors President Vijay Shivanath welcomed the transfer of cleaning and sanitation responsibilities to RWAs. “We have been requesting this for some time. MCG currently sends 5-7 sweepers for our sprawling 204-acre area of ​​Malibu Town as against 20 sweepers earlier. Their performance is also not satisfactory and it is Officials ignore our requests to improve cleanliness. If MCG allocates funds for cleanliness like they do for gardening and maintenance in parks, RWAs can employ the necessary manpower. , which will benefit the residents significantly,” he said.

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