Chandigarh's MC conducts meeting via video-conference, on agenda Rs 3 crores for sanitizers, masks

The meetings were not held in March and April due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis

Chandigarh's MC conducts meeting via video-conference, on agenda Rs 3 crores for sanitizers, masks

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 29

The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation is holding its monthly General House meeting through video-conferencing.

The meetings were not held in March and April due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, but after a few councillors suggested, they decided to hold the meeting via video-conferencing.

Several important agendas, including the development of 13 UT villages, road recarpeting, lowering reserve price of Sector 48 booths, starting public bike-sharing system from Industrial Area and setting up city's first animal carcass incineration plant, will be taken up during the MC house meeting.

Besides, the local MC will also table the agenda of spending Rs 2.82 crore to buy sanitisers, gloves, masks and PPE kits.

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