Mayor for checking hazard of unlawful developments -
Mayor for checking hazard of unlawful developments
Posted 27 Apr 2019 03:29 PM

Mayor, Chander Mohan Gupta coordinated the Enforcement wing of Jammu Municipal Corporation to perform obligations with full commitment and trustworthiness so as to check the hazard of illicit developments, particularly business structures in the city.

Leading a gathering of Enforcement Inspectors here, Mayor JMC flanked by the Deputy Mayor, Purnima Sharma said that vital measures ought to be taken to rearrange building authorization standards, issuing consents of site designs by holding BOCA gatherings on routine premise other than charging building authorization expense from Government/Semi-Government foundations for expanding income of Jammu Municipal Corporation. He said that the procedure of issuing NoCs ought to be shortlisted on the example of Srinagar Municipal Corporation.

"A group of unique Flying Squad alongside Police power ought to be established to check infringement and progressing illicit developments in various wards of city," he said.

Pardeep Singh Manhas Joint Commissioner (A), Rajesh Gupta Chief Enforcement Officer, Bharat Bushan STP (JMC) and AEO's Mayor and Deputy Mayor were additionally present in the gathering. Prior, Mayor visited Marble Market, Extension Trikuta Nagar under ward no 52 and met with occupants. Councilor Ajay Gupta and Prof Dr Ravi Jyee, Chairman ACCEDE India other than different officers of different wings of Jammu Municipal Corporation likewise went with the Mayor.

On the event, inhabitants set forth their requests identified with desilting/redesign of channels and paths, improving sanitation, correction of dead road lights, lifting of stray mutts/creatures, appropriate misting and organization of more Safai Karamcharis in the territory.

The Mayor guaranteed occupants that every one of their complaints will be reviewed on war balance and encouraged them to co-work with JMC for making Jammu, flawless, spotless and green.

Afterward, the Mayor visited Bio-gas plant at Cattle Pound Dogra Hall and acknowledged progressing works. He urged the Municipal Veterinary Officer, JMC to open an outlet in JMC office, with the goal that individuals can buy vermi manure on sensible rates.

The MVO educated the Mayor with respect to shortage of labor (cows catchers) as domain of Jammu Municipal Corporation has been expanded.

There is a critical need to include more vehicles for the reason, as one vehicle isn't adequate to complete every day work out, he included. The Mayor guaranteed for taking fundamental measures to build labor at the most punctual and further guided the Engineering wing to start fix works in the dairy cattle pound.

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