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JAMMU: To review working of Jammu Municipal Corporation’s Public Health Sanitation (PHS) Committee, a series of meeting was convened by its Chairman, Baldev Singh Billawaria, for maintaining better cleanliness in all wards of Corporation. The meeting, held on zone-basis, on first day was attended by JMC officers/ official of Jammu West Zone, on second day by that of Jammu East and on third day of Gandhi Nagar Zone. All the officials of the JMC Health Sanitation Wing and Transport Wing submitted their reports and issues before the chairman. They explained in detail about various problems affecting cleaning system, including lack of autos. Billawaria assured them that Corporation would provide them adequate number of autos and hawks in coming days. However, he encouraged all officers to collect user-charges from their wards. The officials also raised issue of uniforms and safety equipment along with shortage of the cleaning staff. Billawaria said that he would take up all highlighted issues with the Mayor and JMC Commissioner for early resolution of same. “Our first task is to provide better facilities to general public and in this direction we all have to give extra time so that city can be cleaned on smart city pattern as soon as possible,” he added. He directed the officials to follow all SoPs issued by the administration for combating COVID-19. He also urged people to cooperate in appeal of mass movement by Prime Minister against COVID-19.
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