Top of the page: A fine is imposed for not keeping trash cans in stores. If trash is thrown down the drain or on the street, the corporation will put it back in the store – Saharanpur will be fined for keeping it

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Saharanpur

Published by: Dimple Sirohi
Updated Tue 13 July 2021 10:15 PM IST

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In the past, the company had the drains cleaned, into which people put the garbage again. The result was waterlogging. Most shopkeepers throw their shop’s trash down the drains from which the fines must be collected.

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The Saharanpur Municipal Corporation will soon be running a campaign on cleanliness in the markets. The Group’s teams will come to stores that don’t have a garbage can. The fine will be collected from this shopkeeper.If a shopkeeper throws the shop’s rubbish on the street or down the drain, that rubbish is put back in the store and a fine is also imposed. Community Commissioner Gyanendra Singh gave this instruction at the meeting on Tuesday.

While checking the cleanliness, Community Commissioner Gyanendra Singh said that the company has explained people in different ways for the past three years. Door-to-door garbage disposal workers, the company’s promotional vehicles and company officials have also caught on from roaming the markets. But most people are not ready to improve.

In the past, the company had the drains cleaned, into which people put the garbage again. The result was waterlogging. Most shopkeepers throw their shop’s trash down the drains from which the fines must be collected.

He directed a campaign to be launched soon to find out whether or not there are trash cans in the stores and take action if the trash cans are not available. The city health officer, Dr. Kunal Jain, all the hygiene inspectors, etc. were present at the meeting.

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The Saharanpur Municipal Corporation will soon be running a campaign on cleanliness in the markets. The Group’s teams will come to stores that don’t have a garbage can. The fine will be collected from this shopkeeper.

If a shopkeeper throws the shop’s rubbish on the street or down the drain, that rubbish is put back in the store and a fine is also imposed. Community Commissioner Gyanendra Singh gave this instruction at the meeting on Tuesday.

While checking the cleanliness, Community Commissioner Gyanendra Singh said that the company has explained people in different ways for the past three years. Door-to-door garbage disposal workers, the company’s promotional vehicles and company officials have also caught on from roaming the markets. But most people are not ready to improve.

In the past, the company had the drains cleaned, into which people put the garbage again. The result was waterlogging. Most shopkeepers throw their shop’s trash down the drains from which the fines must be collected.

He directed a campaign to be launched soon to find out whether or not there are trash cans in the stores and take action if the trash cans are not available. The city health officer, Dr. Kunal Jain, all the hygiene inspectors, etc. were present at the meeting.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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