Gurugram civic body begins road repair under beautification project
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Gurugram civic body begins road repair under beautification project

The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) started repairing internal roads in Sectors four and 10 on Friday, in order to meet the municipal commissioner's deadline of November 15 to fix roads across the city.

By November 15, the MCG chief directed officials to have the city roads free of potholes.

The work was started as part of the city's beautification project, and MCG officials were asked to repair roads, dividers, footpaths, walkways, and park tiles. Officials have been tasked with clearing plant saplings and horticulture waste.

SS Rohilla, public relations officer (PRO), MCG said that in accordance with the municipal commissioner's orders, officials have begun repairing roads, lifting garbage, and conducting construction work throughout the city.

Rohilla told the media that Mukesh Kumar Ahuja, the municipal commissioner, delegated authority to various officers and instructed them to complete the work by November 15.

Superintendent engineer Vivek Gill, according to reports, has been tasked with coordinating with all relevant departments. Internal roads in Sector four of municipal ward number 15 and Sector 10 of municipal ward number 23 were repaired by the civic body's engineering department.

Yesterday, Ahuja, ward 15 councillor Seema Pahuja, and superintendent engineer Radheshyam Sharma inspected the repair work at the site. The horticulture and sanitation branches, respectively, are cleaning horticulture waste and picking up garbage litter throughout the area.

The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has set November 15 as the deadline for all roads under its jurisdiction to be repaired.

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Also read: Delhi picks nine road stretches for beautification work

The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) started repairing internal roads in Sectors four and 10 on Friday, in order to meet the municipal commissioner's deadline of November 15 to fix roads across the city. By November 15, the MCG chief directed officials to have the city roads free of potholes. The work was started as part of the city's beautification project, and MCG officials were asked to repair roads, dividers, footpaths, walkways, and park tiles. Officials have been tasked with clearing plant saplings and horticulture waste. SS Rohilla, public relations officer (PRO), MCG said that in accordance with the municipal commissioner's orders, officials have begun repairing roads, lifting garbage, and conducting construction work throughout the city. Rohilla told the media that Mukesh Kumar Ahuja, the municipal commissioner, delegated authority to various officers and instructed them to complete the work by November 15. Superintendent engineer Vivek Gill, according to reports, has been tasked with coordinating with all relevant departments. Internal roads in Sector four of municipal ward number 15 and Sector 10 of municipal ward number 23 were repaired by the civic body's engineering department. Yesterday, Ahuja, ward 15 councillor Seema Pahuja, and superintendent engineer Radheshyam Sharma inspected the repair work at the site. The horticulture and sanitation branches, respectively, are cleaning horticulture waste and picking up garbage litter throughout the area. The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has set November 15 as the deadline for all roads under its jurisdiction to be repaired. Image Source Also read: Delhi picks nine road stretches for beautification work

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