The GMC board gave its gesture to each of the 24 things on the motivation of its meeting on Friday. The most vital issue was a 20% refund on house charge till March 31. The meeting, which occurred in a charged environment in the midst of high security, was the first since Ashu Verma assumed control as chairman.
“The issue of offering discount of 20% on house charge till March 31 was gone with a voice vote and it happen from today,” Verma said. “Moreover, it has been chosen that the Pratap Vihar dumping ground will be given over to private players for its upkeep, on contract, as the expense brought about on keeping up it surpassed Rs 34 lakh for each month,” he said.
The board likewise chose to begin improvement work up to Rs 15 lakh in each ward be actualized with quick impact. “Since the demise of the previous leader, improvement work in the city had arrived at stop. We have now guaranteed that all hindrances are evacuated,” Verma said.
In the interim, resolutions on doorstep junk accumulation, establishment of water ATMs and authorizing a polythene boycott were likewise passed.
Prior, there was a warmed trade between councilor Rajender Tyagi and extra civil official D K Sinha on the issue of refund on house charge.
Sinha said that now that the house charge discount has been gone by the board, it will be sent to state government for approval.Earlier, there was a warmed trade between councilor Rajender Tyagi and extra civil magistrate D K Sinha on the issue of refund on house charge
Sinha said that now that the house charge discount has been gone by the board, it will be sent to state government for endorsement.
The meeting was gone to by chairman, councilors and GMC authorities.