While the police and traffic personnel are working round the clock to ensure security and effective traffic management, MCG, too, is trying to ensure clean ghats and mobile toilet vans.
Out goes Diwali; in comes Chhath. And the Gurgaon administration is making sure devotees are greeted with clean ghats.
Arrangements have been spruced up at Sheetla Mata Mandir, Surat Nagar Lake, Dundahera and Sector 4 Fountain Park.
“One of the areas in New Gurgaon where celebrations are centred is Kanhai, near Sector 45. Guests who will visit the venue include Col GD Bakshi and Gargi Kakkar, chairman of Khadi Gram Udyog. We are expecting about 3,000 people,” said Sanjeev Srivastava, member of the Prabandhan Committee of Chhath Puja and a member of the Kendriya Vihar RWA.
While the police and traffic personnel are working round the clock to ensure security and effective traffic management, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) is trying to ensure cleanliness at ghats and provide mobile toilet vans to devotees. Drinking water has also been made available.
Speaking about the preparations, deputy commissioner, Vinay Pratap Singh, said, “We will ensure that everything is taken care of — each department will discharge its duties to ensure celebrations continue without any untoward incident.”