Jaunpur: 23 cleaning vehicles bought by 1.5 Crore are idling

New vehicles bought by the community are in the water department for months. conversation
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Jaunpur. Even if those responsible pound them on the back in the markets including the main streets of the city to have them cleaned, the cleanliness system in the localities is still in a poor state. Because four months ago, 23 vehicles with an amount of 1.5 million euros were purchased to remove the garbage from the towns that currently adorn the water supply. These vehicles have not yet been operational. They keep silent by saying that they are not responsible drivers.
In a city with 1.25 lakh inhabitants, 97 tons of garbage are produced every day. At the same time, a total of 544 sanitary workers are on duty to keep the city clean. 172 temporary workers, 74 permanent employees and 298 outsourced plumbing workers are posted there. Even so, the city’s cleanliness system is not maintained. The prerequisite is that the main streets and markets of the city are lit, but the Mohallas are full of dirt. Because sometimes after a week and sometimes after a fortnight, the job of lifting the rubbish is done. Because of this, the residents of the place have problems with the littering of the streets of the places.
At the same time, there is a possibility of infectious diseases spreading. The community took this seriously and made arrangements to purchase a total of 32 vehicles for an amount of approximately 2.5 million. Of these, 23 vehicles arrived four months ago. These vehicles are supposed to pick up the garbage from the streets of the villages and bring it to the landfill, but these vehicles have not yet been operated. These vehicles are in the water department. Santosh Kumar Mishra, community executive officer, said the recent board meeting held a unanimous decision to appoint drivers for the vehicles that were going to haul the garbage out of the towns. Preparations are now being made to recruit the drivers. The vehicles will start operating soon after the drivers have been appointed.
Nine vehicles have yet to arrive
Jaunpur. It is planned to buy a total of 32 new vehicles from the responsible municipality for 2.5 million, so that the garbage can be picked up daily in all villages in the district. 23 of these vehicles arrived. While nine more vehicles are to come. conversation
One vehicle can carry two tons of garbage
Jaunpur. The capacity of a vehicle purchased by the municipality to collect garbage from the localities is two tons of garbage. If all 32 vehicles come and start operating during this time, 64 tons of rubbish lying on the streets of the villages can be picked up. This also improves the cleanliness system in the localities.

Jaunpur. Even if those responsible pound them on the back in the markets including the main streets of the city to have them cleaned, the cleanliness system in the localities is still in a poor state. Because four months ago, 23 vehicles with an amount of 1.5 million euros were purchased to remove the garbage from the towns that currently adorn the water supply. These vehicles have not yet been operational. They keep silent by saying that they are not responsible drivers.

In a city with 1.25 lakh inhabitants, 97 tons of garbage are produced every day. At the same time, a total of 544 sanitary workers are on duty to keep the city clean. 172 temporary workers, 74 permanent employees and 298 outsourced plumbing workers are posted there. Even so, the city’s cleanliness system is not maintained. The prerequisite is that the main streets and markets of the city are lit, but the Mohallas are full of dirt. Because sometimes after a week and sometimes after a fortnight, the garbage collection is done. Because of this, the residents of the place have problems with the littering of the streets of the places.

At the same time, there is a possibility of infectious diseases spreading. The municipality took this seriously and made arrangements for the purchase of a total of 32 vehicles for an amount of around 2.5 million euros. Of these, 23 vehicles arrived four months ago. These vehicles are supposed to do the job of picking up the garbage from the streets of the villages and bringing it to the landfill, but these vehicles have not yet been operated. These vehicles are in the water department. Santosh Kumar Mishra, community executive officer, said the recent board meeting held a unanimous decision to appoint drivers for the vehicles that were going to haul the garbage out of the towns. Preparations are now being made to recruit the drivers. The vehicles will start operating soon after the drivers have been appointed.

Nine vehicles have yet to arrive

Jaunpur. It is planned to buy a total of 32 new vehicles from the responsible municipality for 2.5 million, so that the garbage can be picked up daily in all villages in the district. 23 of these vehicles arrived. While nine more vehicles are to come. conversation

One vehicle can carry two tons of garbage

Jaunpur. The capacity of a vehicle purchased by the municipality to collect garbage from the localities is two tons of garbage. If all 32 vehicles come and start operating during this time, 64 tons of rubbish lying on the streets of the villages can be picked up. This also improves the cleanliness system in the localities.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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