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Mayor approves DNB course in radiology

Mayor approves DNB course  in radiology

Shelly Oberoi

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 26

Amid protests by BJP councillors, Mayor Shelly Oberoi of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi swiftly approved several agendas with minimal discussion during the session.

Addressing mediapersons in a post-session press conference, Oberoi revealed that despite the tumultuous proceedings, the House successfully passed numerous proposals. She highlighted the approval of significant initiatives, including the introduction of a Diplomate National Board (DNB) course within the radiology department of a civic body-operated medical college, as well as the extension of a six-month contract for toll tax collection and environment compensation charge (ECC).

Furthermore, Oberoi underscored the passage of a proposal granting a five-month extension to gardeners employed by the MCD, emphasising the municipality’s commitment to its workforce. Additionally, she announced the endorsement of a plan to allocate space at Sarai Kale Khan to the Delhi Foundation of Deaf Women, an NGO.

“Delhi residents are facing significant challenges regarding electricity bills,” Oberoi stated. “To address this issue, we’ve proposed seamless communication among relevant departments, ensuring property owners encounter no obstacles during electricity meter installations,” he added. The departments involved include BSES, the Delhi Jal Board and the Delhi Development Authority.

In response to Oberoi’s announcements, Leader of the Opposition, Raja Iqbal Singh, voiced criticism, alleging corruption and illegal constructions within the AAP. Singh claimed that the AAP government’s collaboration with certain entities had perpetuated illicit activities, exacerbating corruption within the city.

“The AAP government should crack down on the building department to halt illegal construction,” remarked Singh.

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