Mayor launches “Nigam Aapke Dwar” programme to hear people’s grievances


Chandigarh, October 19,2021:- Sh. Ravi Kant Sharma, Mayor, Chandigarh today launched “Nigam Aapke Dwar” programme to reach out to the local residents to hear MCC related grievances. The programme was launched at Sector 45 here today evening in the presence of Ms. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Chandigarh, Sh. Kanwarjit Rana, area councilor, other councilors and officers of MCC. Representatives from various area level federations, resident welfare associations and local residents were present during the programme.

While addressing the local residents, the Mayor said that the MCC would make proper arrangement to ensure that benefits of schemes and programmes reach the right beneficiaries including providing and upgradation of basic amenities to the citizens of Chandigarh.

He said that the MCC would make necessary changes in order to make the services more beneficial for the people. He said that the MCC will organize such type of “Nigam Aapke Dwar” programmes to hear the people’s grievances and redress them at the local level and noted down the grievances, which requires time and budget to be processed.

Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Commissioner, MCC said that not people will not have to run after the offices for getting their work done but the officials will themselves reach to them and solve their complaints. She said that works which can not be solved on time for them a timeline should be fixed and the concerned person should be informed on the phone.

She said that information regarding the presence of the officials in the respective areas will be shared by different mediums of communications so that a maximum number of people can take its advantage. She said that apart from solving the complaints of the people the officials will also apprise the citizens regarding various schemes and new developments of the MCC and also tell them the ways as to how they can take its advantages.

Local residents raised their grievances during the programme including drinking water problem, door to door waste collection, pruning of trees, providing of paver blocks, maintenance of parks, recarpeting of internal roads and problem of haphazard parking of vehicles infront of village Burail car spare parts market. The concerned officers noted down the complaints and assured the citizens for their early solution.


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