Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena Orders New Delhi Municipal Company To Declutter, Upgrade Flyover In The Area

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The Governor Lt. Delhi also pointed out the breaches and lack of maintenance near the Gole Market.

New Delhi:

Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has instructed the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) to make a plan to clean up, clean up and clean up flyovers in the area.

The Lieutenant Governor, who visited the NDMC area on Thursday, also ordered that the restoration work of the iconic Gole Market be completed as soon as possible.

During a visit to the Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC), he asked officials to explore the possibility of replication by the Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD) in various zones.

“Stressing again on uniformity of design, aesthetics and general comfort, LG instructed officials to make plans to clean, sanitize, improve and remove all flyovers in the NDMC area, including the Ranjit Singh Flyover which connects CP to JLN Marg, Lala. Lajpat Rai Flyover which connecting the Defense Colony and its proximity to the Oberoi Hotel and Neela Gumbad, ”a statement from LG’s office said.

“In addition to ensuring uniform and pleasing staining, grills and plantations on the center edge of the flyover, LG also emphasizes the importance of cleaning and sanitizing the area below the flyover,” he added.

Mr Saxena also ordered that lanes, hallways, service roads and dark spots in the NDMC and Connaught Place areas should be cleaned and maintained as soon as possible.

“LG ordered officials to complete the restoration of the beautiful Gole Market, which is now closed, at the earliest. They also pointed to violations and lack of care in the surrounding area. The same instructions were issued by them regarding the Bengali Market and the outer circle north of Connaught Place next to the Minto Bridge , as well as Shankar Market, ”the statement said.

He said the ICCC, which is used by the NDMC, should integrate the maintenance and repair of roads and sidewalks into the system so that real -time status can be monitored.

“LG testified firsthand, how the services provided to citizens by NDMC and integrated into the ICCC system are delivered and monitored. Appreciating the work done so far in the operation of this world -class system, he instructed the officials present to also integrate maintenance and repair of roads and sidewalks. the complaint to the ICCC system in order to check and monitor the status in real time is possible.

“Considering that the ICCC initiative of NDMC has evolved into an effective and exemplary model, LG wants to ensure that the possibility of replication by MCD in various zones is gradual,” the statement said.

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