CM’s Surprise Visit Sparks Rs 1 Cr Cleanup Surge in Gurugram
Chandigarh, Dec 21: In several areas of Gurugram city, a surprise inspection of cleanliness and an assessment of amenities available to citizens were carried out today by Haryana Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal. Various locations, including Village Kanhai, Sirhaul turn on Old Delhi Road, Carterpuri Road, Rejangla Chowk, Sector 23, and the dumping point near Kamla Nehru Park in Sadar Bazaar, were inspected.
Concerns raised by sanitation workers were attentively addressed by the Chief Minister during the surprise inspection. In response to the request for equipment from the sanitation workers, an announcement was made by the Chief Minister regarding the purchase of resources worth Rs 1 crore from the CSR fund specifically for Gurugram. The utilization of this fund will involve the procurement of 200 hand rickshaws, 150 regular rickshaws, and 10 tippers, with the aim of enhancing cleanliness initiatives in Gurugram city. Additionally, instructions were given to the Municipal Corporation Commissioner to provide bonuses to the cleaning workers.
The first target, as given on November 30 by Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal, was followed by a surprise inspection. Comprehensive cleaning directives for all urban areas in the state were issued by the Chief Minister, and these instructions led to ongoing cleanliness initiatives in 88 urban areas of the state until December 10. The Chief Minister personally reviewed this campaign twice via video conferencing and emphasized that all locations would be visited by him and his cabinet members for surprise inspections. Continuing this initiative, Gurugram city was inspected by the Chief Minister on Thursday, expressing commitment to conducting another surprise inspection in Gurugram after a month.
Present on this occasion were Principal Advisor to the Chief Minister on Urban Development Mr. DS Dhesi, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Gurugram Mr. PC Meena, Deputy Commissioner Gurugram Mr. Nishant Kumar Yadav, Commissioner of Police Mr. Vikas Arora, and officials of various departments.