Gurugram is covered with illegal hoardings…

Now Gurugram Municipal Corporation of haryana has become alert after the incident of hoarding falling on a petrol pump in Ghatkopar, Mumbai. Gurugram Municipal Corporation has deployed a nodal officer to investigate illegal hoardings under its jurisdiction. Nodal officers will also check illegal constructions along with hoardings. Let us tell you that on May 13, a hoarding had fallen on a petrol pump in Ghatkopar, Mumbai. 16 people had died in this accident. Also 75 people were injured. According to a report, it is being told that due to rain many people had stopped at the cng pump in Ghatkopar. While some people had come to get fuel in their vehicles and then this hoarding fell.

In view of the mumbai incident, concerns have arisen regarding illegal hoardings and advertisements in Gurugram city. Joint Commissioner pradeep Kumar, the nodal officer of the Municipal Corporation, will now inspect such hoardings which are illegal. Along with this, action will be taken to remove them. Nodal officer pradeep Kumar said that action will be taken against the erring employees. Orders in this regard have been issued by Municipal Corporation Gurugram Commissioner Narhari Singh Bangar.

Recovery notice to 46 agencies

From time to time the Municipal Corporation runs campaigns to remove illegal advertisements. In march this year, the Municipal Corporation issued recovery notices to 46 agencies that had put up advertisements in the city without the approval of the Municipal Corporation. On behalf of the corporation, a complaint was lodged with the police against those who placed 36 unauthorized advertisements which caused loss to the Municipal Corporation. Let us tell you that if the agencies do not take approval for hoardings or do not pay the advertising fees, then the corporation is deprived of advertising revenue.

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