Ward wise MCG meetings to hear public grievance from Dec 1
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Ward wise MCG meetings to hear public grievance from Dec 1

The meeting will be held on every Sunday.

Ward wise MCG meetings to hear public grievance from Dec 1

Gurugram: To address the civic issues and resolve them, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) has decided to hold a public grievance meeting from December 1 to January 25. The meeting will be held on every Sunday.

The MCG has prepared a schedule rooster to run a ward-wise special campaign to facilitate the residents to raise the issues.

MCG Commissioner Amit Khatri informed that the programme will be held on December 1 in ward number 23, 19, 35 and 29. On December 8, MCG officials will be present at ward numbers 13, 18, 34 and 25.

The residents of ward number 24, 5, 31 and 26 will be heard on 15 December. On 22 December, MCG officials will visit ward number 16, 4, 32 and 27 to solve their problems on the spot.

On the December 29, the MCG officials will go to ward numbers, 10, 3, 33 and 28, to listen public grievances with the RWA representatives, members of the NGO in the presence of the councilors.

Similarly, the campaign will be carried out on January 5 in ward number, 11, 1 and 30, January 12 in ward number 12, 14, 2 and 17 and January 19 in ward number 20, 21, 6 and 7.

“The ward-wise campaign will help the officials understand the people's concerns and will also help the public to air their problems. They will also try to resolve their grievances on the spot,” said Amit Khatri.

Apart from this, there will be a special drive on 25 January in ward number 22, 15, 8 and 9 under which beautification of the city, cleaning, street lights, repair of road, pavements, painting on public places, walls, beautification of intersection, green belt, and park will be carried out.

Additional Municipal Commissioner of MCG, Y S Gupta, said that all the concerned officers have been instructed to carry out the ward-wise campaign as per the schedule and resolve the problems promptly. 

“We have requested the people to attend the meeting to be held in their ward and get their issues resolved,” he said.