Mayor exhorts officers for time-bound work
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Mayor Subhash Chawla asked officers to submit development report of their respective wings in written as early as possible so that problems could be verified and work started in time. Holding his first formal interaction with Municipal Corporation officers, Chawla expressed the need for time-bound work.
Chawla said that sanitation, water supply and city free of construction waste will be his main priority and he wanted to ensure that strict legal action be planned against every type of violations. He asked that possibilities be explored for establishing a helpline where the citizens can call when they need the construction waste removed. He said that power of issuing challans for dumping of construction waste at unauthorized places be delegated to Junior Engineers and Enforcement Inspectors.
The Mayor said that public participation to ensure beautification of city parks is necessary and added that his priority is overall development of the city.
JEs can now issue challans for violations
The Junior Engineers and Sub-divisional Engineers of the different branches of the Municipal Corporation would from now be able to issue challans for violations irrespective of their departments. In orders passed by the Municipal Commissioner, the officials would be able to issue challans for violations that do not fall under the purview of their departments.
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