Amritsar Mayor holds review meeting of projects

Amritsar Mayor holds review meeting of projects

Mayor Karamjit Singh Rintu holds a meeting with MC officials.

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, November 23

A meeting of all departments of the Municipal Corporation (MC) was held by Mayor Karamjit Singh to review the work being done for the development of the city here on Tuesday.

Rintu reviewed development projects and other initiatives being taken by the Punjab Government under public welfare schemes.

The health wing officials present in the meeting were instructed to streamline the sanitation system of the city and ensure that those who do not maintain hygiene around their commercial establishments follow sanitation rules to avoid legal proceedings.

The Mayor directed the superintending engineers of Water and Sewerage and Civil Departments to expedite the ongoing development works in various wards of the city. It was also informed that the works for which the estimates have been passed in the General House and the tender process has been completed should be started as soon as possible, so that the promises made with the people of the city could be fulfilled.

The Mayor directed the officials of the Land Department to make requisite arrangements for the convenience of city dwellers, so that traffic system could be improved and the employment of hawkers does not get affected. Apart from this, the municipal town planning wing officials were instructed to expedite the online process of approving the building plans and NOC so that citizens can get the building plans approval and the NOCs without wasting time. There should be no hassle in getting approval and people should be encouraged to pass their building plans accordingly.

He said the city’s BRTS lanes were also being repaired.

Apart from this, the development work of historic Company Bagh, which has undergone significant improvements, is also being done to preserve its beauty and will be seen in the near future. The Mayor said: “Development works have been carried out in every ward of the MC and we have fulfilled the promises made by the existing MC house.”

on Tuesday’s meeting, Joint Commissioner Hardeep Singh, Superintending Engineers Anurag Mahajan, Dapinder Sandhu, Sandeep Singh, Executive Engineers Ashwani Kumar, Baljit Singh, Manjit Singh, Sunil Mahajan, SS Malhi, secretary Vishal Wadhawan, Sushant Bhatia, Daljit Singh, DCFA, Manu Sharma, Estate Officer Dharminderjit Singh, MTP Narinder Sharma, Law Officer Amritpal Singh, Health Officers Dr Yogesh Arora, Dr Rama and Superintendent Satpal Singh were present.

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