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GMC to renew crackdown on violators

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 � The Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC) has decided to renew its crackdown on those blatantly violating the prescribed norms of the corporation.

The corporation has also decided to review the scenario under its jurisdiction and launch the crackdown in a phased manner.

Asked, an official of the corporation divulged that they had already launched the crackdown operation from today and a number of unauthorized hoardings and signboards have been demolished.

"Today itself, the GMC has demolished a number of signboards on the GS Road, most of them put up by big establishments. These persons do not even bother to secure permission before installing the giant size advertising boards in the heart of the city," the official stated.

The official conceded that such blatant violations peaks up ahead of Diwali as most of the business establishment try to cash in on the festive season by putting up luring signboards.

�We have put our team on the work and those found flouting the norms would be dealt with strictly,� a senior GMC said.

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GMC to renew crackdown on violators

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 � The Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC) has decided to renew its crackdown on those blatantly violating the prescribed norms of the corporation.

The corporation has also decided to review the scenario under its jurisdiction and launch the crackdown in a phased manner.

Asked, an official of the corporation divulged that they had already launched the crackdown operation from today and a number of unauthorized hoardings and signboards have been demolished.

"Today itself, the GMC has demolished a number of signboards on the GS Road, most of them put up by big establishments. These persons do not even bother to secure permission before installing the giant size advertising boards in the heart of the city," the official stated.

The official conceded that such blatant violations peaks up ahead of Diwali as most of the business establishment try to cash in on the festive season by putting up luring signboards.

�We have put our team on the work and those found flouting the norms would be dealt with strictly,� a senior GMC said.