BMC orders top officials to keep Mumbai roads clean

PM Modi to visit Mumbai to attend the third annual meeting of multilateral lender Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

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The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has directed its top officials i.e. Deputy Municipal Commissioners (DMCs) and Assistant Commissioners (ACs) of the respective wards, to keep the western suburbs and the Western Express Highway free of debris, trash and waterlogging.

The same is being done to woo Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who will be visiting Mumbai on June 26, 2018, to attend the third annual meeting of multilateral lender Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

The BMC sent the notification stating that officials should see to it that no waterlogging takes place on WEH or its surrounding areas as on a lot of places, the concerned authorities have dug up around metro construction sites and on the WEH for various reasons.

The circular has been sent to DMCs of Zone 3, 4 and 7, and ward officers of H-East, H-West, K-East, K-West, P-South, P-North, R-South, R-Central and R-North. All these wards include areas such as Bandra, Andheri, Goregaon, Malad and Borivali.

We have recieved the orders of maintaining cleanliness and hygiene on WEH from our AMC. Though, this area doesn’t come under my jurisdiction, we will take all the necessary precautions,” Prashant Sapkale, K-East Ward

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