Roads will be built using plastic waste in Punjab, starting from this district
While reviewing the work done by all the departments of Amritsar district during the month of July and August, Deputy Commissioner Harpreet Singh Sudan instructed the concerned officials to use plastic waste in the roads being constructed in the district so that plastic waste can also be disposed of. can be put into use.
While addressing the meeting, Sudan reviewed the ongoing works under Smart City and said that the development works should be accelerated and the development works should be completed in due time. He asked the officials that the contractors who do not complete the development works on time should be fined. He said that special attention should be paid to the quality of works in development works.
During the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner instructed all the officials that any negligence in the development works will not be tolerated. He said that development works should be speeded up and all development works should be done in a transparent manner. He directed all the BDPOs to immediately submit the utilization certificates of the completed development works.
The Deputy Commissioner instructed all the BDPOs that Guru Nanak gardens are to be prepared in all the blocks and saplings are to be planted in 42.8 acres of land. He said that this work should be carried out soon in coordination with the concerned Gram Panchayats. Mr. Sudan instructed the officials of the electricity department to fix the hanging electric wires in the city. During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner also reviewed the works of MGNREGA.
In this meeting, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Urban Development) Ranbir Singh Mudhal, SDM. Harpreet Singh, ACN Inderjit Singh, Executive Engineer Mandi Board Raman Kumar, Executive Engineer Panchayati Raj Paramjit Singh, Sub-Earth and Statistics Advisor Charanjit Singh, District Development and Panchayat Officer Sanjiv Kumar, apart from all Block Development Officers were also present.