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Cleaning of garbage from Kishtwar drains begins
5/14/2019 10:13:20 PM
Early Times Report
kishtwar, May 14: Following a news report published by the "Early Times" regarding the poor hygienic conditions of the drains passing on the either side of road from Bus Stand Kishtwar to Dak Banglow Chowk, on the directions of President Municipal Committee Raiz Ahmed Zarger, the officials of Municipal Committee begun cleaning of the drains outside District Hospital as well as areas outside ITI. As per the details available with "Early Times", the Municipal officials used men and machinery to clear the garbage from the drains which has not been removed since years.
As reported by the "Early Times", these chocked drains full of garbage created havoc in Kishtwar during rainy season as a result of which the rain water entered into the houses and shops situated on both side of the drain, particularly towards downside. Speaking to "Early Times", President Municipal Committee Raiz Ahmed Zarger said that cleanliness of the town is their first priority adding that th
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committee has undertaken various steps to clean the drains within the Municipal limits.
He said that the cleaning work will continue till the garbage from all the drains is removed. He urged upon the people not to throw kitchen waste in drains. He also requested them not to use polythene bags which is the major cause for drain blockade not only in Kishtwar, but worldwide.
He also requested the people to throw the daily waste in Municipal dustbins or wait for the Municipal Committee vehicles for lifting the garbage.
He said that Kishtwar Municipality is facing the shortage of funds adding that efforts are on to mange small size garbage lifting vehicles that can enter into narrow lanes for lifting the garbage from interior of the Kishtwar town.
Earlier the drains around SSP Office Kishtwar which were full of garbage, disposal waste and polythene bags were also removed by the Municipality officials despite the fact that the area did not fall within the limits of Kishtwar town.
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