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Stations were disinfected
Muzaffarnagar. To prevent a corona infection in the city, the disinfection and cleanliness campaign by the chairwoman of the municipal council, Anju Agarwal, was continued. At many stations, the cleaning of the floor of the drains was carried out by the sweeping teams, while the disinfection was also carried out there.
The drain on the 40-foot street in Mohalla Khalapar between stations # 37 and 47 has been cleaned by a robotic machine. In addition, the sludge that came from the drain on Powerhouse Road near Station No. 10 and 12 Arya Samaj Road was lifted by robotic machines and tractor carts. Next to the Holy Angel School, where construction fences were installed, the bottom of the drain was cleaned manually from behind. At the same time, cleaning work was carried out at war in Ward No. 45 Mimlana Road carried out by robot and manually by machine and by JCB of the great drain next to the new market place. Station No. 27, the inaccessible place in the village of Gaushala where it is difficult for the employee to walk, the drain was cleaned by cutting the wild plants in the drain. The drain cleaning work was carried out by Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Municipal Health Officer, Rajiv Kumar, Chief Sanitary Inspector, Sanjay Pundir and Umakant Sharma, Sanitation Inspector.

Stations were disinfected

Muzaffarnagar. To prevent a corona infection in the city, the disinfection and cleanliness campaign by the chairwoman of the municipal council, Anju Agarwal, was continued. At many stations, the cleaning of the floor of the drains was carried out by the sweeping teams, while the disinfection was also carried out there.

The drain on the 40-foot street in Mohalla Khalapar between stations # 37 and 47 has been cleaned by a robotic machine. In addition, the sludge that came from the drain on Powerhouse Road near Station No. 10 and 12 Arya Samaj Road was lifted by robotic machines and tractor carts. Next to the Holy Angel School, where construction fences were installed, the bottom of the drain was cleaned manually from behind. At the same time, cleaning work was carried out at war in Ward No. 45 Mimlana Road carried out by robot and manually by machine and by JCB of the great drain next to the new market place. Station No. 27, the inaccessible place in the village of Gaushala where it is difficult for the employee to walk, the drain was cleaned by cutting the wild plants in the drain. The drain cleaning work was carried out by Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Municipal Health Officer, Rajiv Kumar, Chief Sanitary Inspector, Sanjay Pundir and Umakant Sharma, Sanitation Inspector.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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