Vrindavan, 2017.09.06, (VT): The city commissioner is keeping an eye out for people littering on Vrindavan’s main roads of Vrindavan. In compliance with NGT orders, steps are being taken to keep Vrindavan clean and tidy.
In a joint meeting with all employees of the Vrindavan zone, Dr. Ujjwal Kumar, the Vrindavan city commissioner, spoke in the zone office of the Mathura-Vrindavan municipal corporation, stressing the harmonization of various aspects of the new combined city. He gave employees guidelines regarding the issue of drinking water supply, street repairs, cleaning work, the complete ban on polythene, etc. He also encouraged them to do their work assiduously.
The Commissioner said that in compliance with the NGT, action will be taken against those who are defiling public places and roads. The corporation has identified those public areas in Vrindavan where most of the littering is done. Fines anywhere from five to fifty thousand rupees will be levied. Those not capable of paying will be sent to jail.
Commissioner Dr. Ujjwal Kumar said that he has himself inspected Vrindavan several times. The hot spots for garbage are Mathura Marg, Vidyapeeth Chaurah, Banke Bihari temple and the Parikrama Marg. He promised that strict action will be taken by the corporation shortly.
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