Street vendors: The panel to ensure street vendors fall in line is to be elected on November 11. Gurgaon News


Gurgaon: The Town Vending Committee(TVC) elections will be held on November 11. About 13,000, MCG officials said The stall holders Eight members with certificates will go to the polls for election.
Along with eight elected members, the TVC will also include MCG Commissioner, Chief Engineer or Superintending Engineer, two police officers, Fire Officer or his representative, Chief Town Planner or Senior Town Planner or District Town Planner.
The elected TVC committee with a five-year term is expected to monitor and address issues related to encroachments and traffic hazards.
“The 13,000 street vendors are a mix of mobile and stationary vendors. Once the TVC is selected, traffic congestion due to encroachment of street vendors will be monitored and addressed,” wrote Ram Sharma, Assistant City said Project Officer, MCG.
From surveying and identifying street vendors under their jurisdiction, to issuing selling certificates to eligible street vendors to revoking the certificate if the vendor is not following the norms, TVCs will manage all and state it with recommending areas to Corporation. A “non-vending zone”.
“The TVC will identify. Street Vending Zones and non-vending zones, regulate timings to ensure no traffic congestion in any street vending zone, maintain a record of registered street vendors, and meet regularly to decide issues related to street vendors. We do,” added Sharma.
Officials said street vending zones will be revised after the formation of TVCs. Renewal fee for street vendors license in Gurgaon is Rs 500 and monthly rent is another Rs 500.
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