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HAILAKANDI, March 4 - Hailakandi Municipal Board launched a special cleanliness-cum-awareness drive in the town area on Sunday.

The cleanliness drive that began at 7 am concluded at 9 am.

Leading from the front, Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli took to the streets by cleaning the roads along with the officials, municipal workers, women, youth, NGOs and members of the public in tow.

On the occasion, the oath was administered to the people and they were sensitised about the importance of cleanliness. Many ward councillors and officials of both Municipal Board and district administration also participated.

The Municipal Board, it may be mentioned, has constituted special teams to complete the drive successfully. Dress, equipment etc., were provided to the workers engaged in this special drive. To keep an eye on the work going on in different wards, officials and staff were deputed.

Door-to-door collection of waste, segregation of waste at source, composting and recycling of waste will be taken up within the municipal areas. User charge will be paid by the citizens for collection of waste from individual households. The municipal authorities will also provide two dustbins, green and blue, to all government and non-government institutions, including business establishments.

Green is meant for exhausted material and blue is for non-exhausted material. The civic authorities will also impose a fine of Rs 500 if someone is found littering publicly.

Plans are on the anvil to clean the riverfront and to remove obstacles impeding smooth flow of water.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Jalli said that keeping the town clean is the duty of every citizen and everyone will have to be cautious that no one can harm the beauty of the town. She advised everyone to collect the garbage of their households and to give it to the assigned NGO of their area. Throwing the garbage here and there is a bad practice and everyone should shun this practice.

The ward councillors are actively taking part in this drive. �With the Deputy Commissioner leading from the front, we are hopeful that some good results will come through this drive. Through this special drive, we are aiming to make Hailakandi a garbage-free town and, in this, we solicit active participation of every citizen of this town,� said an official of the Municipal Board.

The people of the town have praised the effort of the Deputy Commissioner and her team and said that this effort will certainly bear fruit in making the town free from filth and dirt.

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Spl cleanliness drive launched in Hailakandi town

HAILAKANDI, March 4 - Hailakandi Municipal Board launched a special cleanliness-cum-awareness drive in the town area on Sunday.

The cleanliness drive that began at 7 am concluded at 9 am.

Leading from the front, Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli took to the streets by cleaning the roads along with the officials, municipal workers, women, youth, NGOs and members of the public in tow.

On the occasion, the oath was administered to the people and they were sensitised about the importance of cleanliness. Many ward councillors and officials of both Municipal Board and district administration also participated.

The Municipal Board, it may be mentioned, has constituted special teams to complete the drive successfully. Dress, equipment etc., were provided to the workers engaged in this special drive. To keep an eye on the work going on in different wards, officials and staff were deputed.

Door-to-door collection of waste, segregation of waste at source, composting and recycling of waste will be taken up within the municipal areas. User charge will be paid by the citizens for collection of waste from individual households. The municipal authorities will also provide two dustbins, green and blue, to all government and non-government institutions, including business establishments.

Green is meant for exhausted material and blue is for non-exhausted material. The civic authorities will also impose a fine of Rs 500 if someone is found littering publicly.

Plans are on the anvil to clean the riverfront and to remove obstacles impeding smooth flow of water.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Jalli said that keeping the town clean is the duty of every citizen and everyone will have to be cautious that no one can harm the beauty of the town. She advised everyone to collect the garbage of their households and to give it to the assigned NGO of their area. Throwing the garbage here and there is a bad practice and everyone should shun this practice.

The ward councillors are actively taking part in this drive. �With the Deputy Commissioner leading from the front, we are hopeful that some good results will come through this drive. Through this special drive, we are aiming to make Hailakandi a garbage-free town and, in this, we solicit active participation of every citizen of this town,� said an official of the Municipal Board.

The people of the town have praised the effort of the Deputy Commissioner and her team and said that this effort will certainly bear fruit in making the town free from filth and dirt.