Garbage collection got stuck due to non-registration of vehicles

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Jhansi. The work of collecting garbage directly from households was supposed to start in thirteen stations from Thursday, but due to technical malfunctions in the registration of garbage trucks, the work could not start. Now, after these vehicles have been approved, they will begin next week.
Approximately 25 crore rupees will be spent on the direct collection of household waste as part of the Smart City Mission. To this end, a contract was signed with a private company. Additional facilities such as vehicles are made available to the company via Smart City. The company charges each household a usage fee of 125 rupees per month instead of picking up the trash. The company will hand over this waste from the houses to the city administration. The company is responsible for disposal. On the other hand, the Smart City Mission ordered more than a dozen containers, including a dozen and a half small cars. However, due to technical difficulties, they have not yet been registered. According to the group management, a high fee has to be paid for registration with the Smart City Mission, while the fee is waived in the group’s vehicles. When registering with the corporation, only the sum insured has to be paid. In such a situation, it has now been decided to register all these vehicles through the company itself. Due to the non-registration of these, the garbage collection, which began on July 15, could not even begin. According to additional city commissioner Shadab Aslam, work will start soon after other formalities including registration are completed.
BJP council members meet today
A meeting of the BJP council members was convened on Friday to work out a strategy against the high user load. Given the anger of the common people, the BJP councilors are also against it. Under the leadership of Vice Chairman Sunil Nainwani, the city councils have also gheraoed the city commissioner. On Thursday, Mayor Ramtirth Singhal tried to strike a middle ground after discussing the issue with some BJP councilors, but the BJP councilors are persistent. They say they will not allow this phrase to be introduced at any cost. According to city councilor Mukesh Soni, the strategy will be decided in a meeting on Friday.

Jhansi. The work of collecting garbage directly from households was supposed to start in thirteen stations from Thursday, but due to technical malfunctions in the registration of garbage trucks, the work could not start. Now, after these vehicles have been approved, they will begin next week.

Approximately Rs 25 crore will be spent on direct garbage collection from homes as part of the Smart City Mission. To this end, a contract was signed with a private company. Additional facilities such as vehicles are made available to the company via Smart City. The company charges each household a usage fee of 125 rupees per month instead of picking up the trash. The company will hand over this waste from the houses to the city administration. The company is responsible for disposal. On the other hand, the Smart City Mission ordered more than a dozen containers, including a dozen and a half small cars. However, due to technical difficulties, they have not yet been registered. According to the group management, a high fee has to be paid for registration with the Smart City Mission, while the fee is waived in the group’s vehicles. When registering with the corporation, only the sum insured has to be paid. In such a situation, it has now been decided to register all these vehicles through the company itself. Due to the non-registration of these, the garbage collection, which began on July 15, could not even begin. According to additional city commissioner Shadab Aslam, work will start soon after other formalities including registration are completed.

BJP council members meet today

A meeting of the BJP council members was convened on Friday to work out a strategy against the high user load. Given the anger of the common people, the BJP councilors are also against it. Under the leadership of Vice Chairman Sunil Nainwani, the city councils have also gheraoed the city commissioner. On Thursday, Mayor Ramtirth Singhal tried to strike a middle ground after discussing the issue with some BJP councilors, but the BJP councilors are persistent. They say they will not allow this phrase to be introduced at any cost. According to city councilor Mukesh Soni, the strategy will be decided in a meeting on Friday.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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