Lighting system with cleanliness, everything is fine on paper

Lighting system with cleanliness, everything is fine on paper

 Highmask street lights play an important role in enhancing the beauty of the city at night. Indore worked on a large scale regarding lighting. On the lines of which, street lights were installed on the pucca pond and sparrow pond at a cost of lakhs as a beautification in the city. Along with this, street lights were given to illuminate the wards at night. Everything has collapsed due to lack of maintenance. In most places, the lights are stuck waiting for repairs. People also complained but the cognizance was not taken by the Municipal Council. Whereas in the store room of the municipality, dust was rising from the bulb to the street light. Despite this, no effort is being made to use them.

The exercise of cleaning the bleak picture of cleanliness is a failure of the Nagar Palika Parishad. Looking at the city of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, despite efforts to improve the image from the year 2019, from the wards to every street, square, Dirt is visible in the main roads and markets. Due to lack of cleaning of drains and drains, the problem increases during the rains. People have to suffer from leprosy due to waterlogging. Whatever happened for the lighting system in 25 wards of the municipality remained only on paper. Hukum Singh Chaturvedi, a resident of Mohalla Bahantola in the city, had recently complained to the executive officer about the poor condition of the lighting system in his ward. While nominated councilors Sonu Soni and Shivpal Singh have also raised their voices on this matter many times. But the problem could not be taken care of. Despite the adequate presence of bulbs in the cardboard boxes of the store room, the derailment of the lighting system has become a problem for the people. At the same time, the efforts made regarding cleanliness and beautification are getting lost due to negligence.

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What are you responsible for?

To keep the lighting system in order, repair work is done continuously through the material available in the store. There have been complaints of malfunctioning of street lights at some places. Which will be fixed.

Balveer Singh, Executive Officer

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Every Panchayat will become a Divyang Ambassador, will provide facilities

Every Panchayat will become a Divyang Ambassador, will provide facilities

On Friday, World Divyang Day was celebrated with solemnity in Vikas Bhawan auditorium. Sadar MLA Vikram Singh and former minister Amarjit Singh Jan Sevak jointly started the program by cutting the ribbon of the ramp built in Vikas Bhawan. During this it was decided that every village panchayat would be made a Divyang Ambassador, who would provide benefits of every scheme to the differently-abled of his panchayat, for which the handicapped is eligible.

The Sadar MLA said that the Prime Minister of the country has taken the handicapped out of the inferiority complex by giving the word Divyang in place of handicapped. The former minister said, the meetings of Divyang Bandhu have given convenience to the differently-abled. These meetings have facilitated the resolution of problems. DM Apoorva Dubey said that we should behave well towards Divyangjan and cooperate in getting them special opportunities. He talked about making ramps for the handicapped in all government offices, banks and ATMs easy and hassle-free. He talked about giving special facilities to the Divyangjans in the general elections of the Legislative Assembly. District Divyangjan Empowerment Officer Pragati Mishra enumerated the schemes run for the welfare of Divyangjans. On this occasion, 50 Divyangjans were given tricycles, five Divyangjans were given pension acceptance certificates. On this occasion CDO Satya Prakash, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar,

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