Gurugram: Setting up dispensaries in all the 35 wards and providing financial assistance to highrise residential complexes for installing composting plant were among the key issues that surfaced in the house meeting of Municipal Corporation of Gururgam (MCG) held at John Hall on Monday.
The meeting was chaired by Mayor Madhu Azad along with MCG Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh. Senior Deputy Mayor Pramila Gajesingh Kablana and Deputy Mayor Sunita Yadav were present at the meeting.
During the meeting, fifteen points developmental agenda was discussed in presence of the municipal councillor and officials of the MCG. In order to set up dispensaries, it was decided that existing infrastructures will be fixed first in all the 35 wards which comes under the MCG's jurisdiction.
For the construction of new dispensaries in wards, discussions will be held with the health department. The funds received under the district plan will be used to implement it.
In order to decentralize the solid waste management system across the city, the MCG gave a nod for setting up composting plant in residential societies. A committee will be formed to set up a small composting plant in the residential societies.
A proposal to set up a Biodiversity Management Committee was also unanimously passed in the house meeting. Also, the proposal to construct cultural building in Sector 53 by the civic body will be passed and sent to the government for approval. Earlier, this work was transferred to the Public Works Department.
Apart from this, the proposal to construct the Corporation office building to be built in Vyapar Sadan also passed unanimously.
On the occasion, Mayor Madhu Azad said that all officers and councillors will work together for the development of the city. She asked for the installation of the entrance gate of the colonies along with street and house numbers of all colonies. She also instructed the officials to take action against the illegal meat shop.
MCG Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh said, “Cleanliness, road, street light, sewerage and drinking water supply are the priorities of the MCG.”
On the issue of encroachment, he informed that that separate teams have been formed under the officials of assistant engineers level of rank in the four zones to take action on encroachment and illegal construction. “These teams will report directly to the Joint Commissioner. Officials were instructed to adopt the policy of zero tolerance on the matter,” he said.