STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: On the directions of Commissioner Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) Avny Lavasa on Tuesday JMC under the supervision of Secretary JMC Tinna Mahajan and staff launched drive against the menace of polythene carry bag. During the drive about 2500 Kg of polythene carry bags was seized from Narwal Mandi area and a fine amounting to Rs. 25000 was imposed and charged on the spot. Secretary JMC advised the people to spread the message of cleanliness among the masses. She also appealed to cooperate with JMC in keeping Jammu clean and green and avoid using polythene carry bags, use dustbins/containers installed in their area. Commissioner JMC appealed to all the Jammuites to cooperate with JMC to safeguard the ever deteriorating environmental health and beauty of Jammu. She stressed to follow the guidelines issued in the public interest in view of COVID-19 like maintaining social distancing wearing of masks, frequent washing of hands etc.
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