Narmadapuram (Madhya Pradesh): A team of the civic body has caught stray cattle that move around the main roads and sent them out of the city limits. This has been done as part of the campaign to keep the city clean and free from traffic hazards.
The team has also launched a cleanliness drive in various wards in the city. The drains, the roads and the Ghats on the banks of the Narmada have been cleaned up.
As the Narmada Jayanti will be celebrated this month, the Ghats are being cleaned and painted. The civic body has also arranged for bonfires at the railway station, bus stand, Sethani Ghat, Vivekanand Ghat, Amar Chowk, Nehru Park and other places.
Chairperson of Nagar Palika Neetu Yatav has been continuously assessing the cleanliness work of the civic body, so that Narmadapuram may get the top rank in the cleanliness survey-2023.
She listened to the problems of the residents in different wards and assured them of providing all the facilities those areas lack.
Additional electric poles were demanded to supply power to each ward. Yadav and municipal officer Navneet Pandey appealed to the people to keep the city clean.
The work of cleanliness is being done under the guidance of legislator Sitasaran Sharma and under the direction of collector Neeraj Kumar Singh. Both Sharma and Singh urged the people to cooperate with the administration so that the city may remain neat.
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