Thane civic body to hold Lokshahi Din on September 5

Lokshahi Din is observed every month wherein the civic officials take cognisance of issues faced by residents and take action against it.

Abhitash SinghUpdated: Thursday, August 04, 2022, 12:08 PM IST
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Thane civic body to hold Lokshahi Din on September 5 | File

The Thane Municipal orporation (TMC) will hold Lokshahi Din on September 5 this year. The officials from the Thane civic body have urged the citizens to submit their applications to their office by August 22.

The event is observed every month wherein the civic officials take cognisance of issues faced by residents and take action against it.

While filing the applications Form-1(b) must be submitted by the applicant along with each applications which made available at the Civic Facilities Center.

During the Lokshahi Day at the TMC headquarters, the citizens' applications pending action are accepted. Citizens are required to mention the token number received while submitting the applications.

The officials from TMC said, "Applicant should submit only one complaint in one application, application with more than one complaint will not be accepted."

The official further added that the case related to the establishment, pending in various courts or falling under Right to Information and applications on the letterhead of the organization of the political party corporators will not be accepted. "Application made in the case where the final answer has been or will be given will not be accepted," the official said.

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