Wednesday, 26 June 2013

AMC makes tall claims about basic amenities - Source LT


• Nodal officers asked to stay in touch with their respective ward officers and engineers to ensure that sanitary conditions are maintained
• Citizens have also been appealed to contact the control room (0240-2333536-40) in case any problems arising out of rain, hailstorm or waterlogging


Like every year, the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is making tall claims that it has succeeded in maintaining sanitary conditions and providing uninterrupted services during monsoon. 
For this purpose, it has appointed six nodal officers to monitor and maintain the basic services.
According to sources, municipal commissioner Harshadeep Kamble has appointed ward-wise nodal officers with the jurisdiction of each ward being comprised of 16-17 wards. They include acting city engineer Hemant Kolhe (Ward A), deputy commissioner R P Nikam (Ward B), executive engineer S D Panzade (Ward C), assistant director of town planning D P Kulkarni (Ward D), executive engineer Syed Sikander Ali (Ward E) and chief fire brigade officer Shivaji Jhanjhan (Ward F). 
The nodal officers have been asked to stay in touch with their respective ward officers and ward engineers and ensure that sanitary conditions are maintained.
Citizens have also been appealed to contact the control room on 0240-2333536-40) in case any problems arising out of rain, hailstorm or waterlogging, in and around the city.
Citizens have also been urged to report to the control room about old buildings and trees posing danger.

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